i have quiet a few cans with old outdated films like
fuji 250D 1999
fuji F250T 2003
fuji 125 from 1999
fuji F500 from 1996
also some 64D film etc...
total: film material worth for 70 minutes...
i dont know how they have been handled but i have put them into my fridge immediately after i got them.
the gyt who sold me these, told me that i should overexposure the film while i am filming.
i assume he is right but i just want to make sure and i'd like to know what you sugest?
of course i know i wont have a perfect picture anymore but in my case what could i do to get the best possible result? most of the films are nearly full (between 300 and 380 feet)
and i dont wanna throw them away but use them to learn. i am a blody rookie in filming 16mm!
Edited by Randy Tomlinson, 07 July 2011 - 01:57 PM.