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Rollei R3

With digital taking over faster as anyone could have predicted our good old film seems to vanish even faster. With manufacturers scaring out of the film arena, dropping whole ranges of film products due to falling demand. <br>But there are still huge numbers of film - photographers. Not in the last place for reasons of quality, known ways of archiving , creativity and perhaps the most important reason : " With film one creates a unique light impression that can not be just deleted it is a permanent recording of what the photographer sees AND thinks ". <br><br> Discuss here whatever you like about film: Brands, types, formats, chemicals, storage etc. etc. Feel free to promote your favorite brand with address and all !!

Rollei R3

Postby TrickyDicky » Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:01 pm

This is really based on my large format trials.....have acquired a batch of the Rollei R3 film in 5x4 with the Rollei developer (high speed).

Anyone out there have any experience of this stuff? Tell me your tales!

(thick stuff innit?!)
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