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    Issue with black marks and mushy negatives at the end of the roll. I'm stumped!

    Please list in detail your development process. Each step, temperature/times, agitation.
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    Voigtlander (voigtluender) lens

    All I can think of is the "ue" is a way of spelling out the "a" with 2 dots. The a with 2 dots...... The Letter Ä With Two Dots Is an Umlaut. If you've ever wondered what those two dots above an “ä” are about, they're generally called umlauts. Particularly common in German, they're used to...
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    Voigtlander (voigtluender) lens

    This is all I can find on that lens....
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    And the next shot is...

    Next shot shows strong emotion.
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    Don't Forget the Car Park!

    Since I'm a car nut I have many photos of just cars or parking areas in and around St. Louis from the 80's and 90's. Maybe someday in the near future I can revisit those areas and take photos of "now".
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    Film coming up blank

    The lab is correct in guessing that the film did not advance. I have seen it thousands of times at my lab. Other than that if the camera shutter is not working or the film was shot VERY unexposed the film will be blank. I always load the film and advance once while the back is open to make sure...
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    Trying to understand Point and Shoot Film camera Modes

    You can view the manual here..... PENTAX ESPIO OPERATION MANUAL Pdf Download And 200 speed film is the perfect PnS film.
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    Developing old B&W film

    Forgot pre-wash........Doh!
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    Window type for natural light

    Not sure about special type of glass but I was taught to a use a north or south-facing window, they are most reliable and flattering in terms of portraiture lighting. Because the sun doesn't shine through them directly, their lighting is usually evenly diffused and soft.
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    Can anyone identify this WW1 cine camera?

    You could try this cine forum group.... ACUG--Analogue Cine User Group
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    Can anyone identify this WW1 cine camera?

    Could be Urban Bioscope, Ernemann or King Barker. Hard to tell from that photo. Here is a list of vintage movie cameras..... List of 3500 vintage movie cameras, projectors etc A-C.
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    And the next shot is...

    Next pic is Ice.
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    CatLabs BW film?

    I'm curious to see it printed in a darkroom since all my customers do the scan/dropbox.
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    CatLabs BW film?

    Just looked at Amazon, they have rolls of 35mm.
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    CatLabs BW film?

    I have processed a few rolls for customers, not sure where they got it. It seems very close to the old Kodak Tri-X Pro 320 (I think that is only in 4x5 sheets now?). Not sure why they say to shoot at 200 but the ones I did develop (Stock D-76) look OK. Been thinking of trying a 120 roll myself.