5 Frames… Of Type 103 H-Alpha Kodak Spectroscopic Film with a Canon EF + Canon FD 50mm f1.8 SC (35mm Format / EI 100) – by Paul Stevens

5 Frames… Of Type 103 H-Alpha Kodak Spectroscopic Film with a Canon EF + Canon FD 50mm f1.8 SC (35mm Format / EI 100) – by Paul Stevens

I received a 100-foot roll of fifty-one year old Type 103 H Kodak Spectrographic Film in June 2020. Like the 1978 Canon EF with stock 50mm lens I used to shoot it, it was a gift. Having a reputation for loving old cameras and weird film means that sometimes people you barely know will send you the odd spool or SLR found in their basement while quarantine cleaning. Not a bad thing.

While instructions for the Canon could be picked up online, not much about the Type 103 H film can be found, beyond that the “H” in 103 H stands for “Hydrogen”.

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I received a 100-foot roll of fifty-one year old Type 103 H Kodak Spectrographic Film in June 2020. Like the 1978 Canon EF with stock 50mm lens I used to shoot it, it was a gift. Having a reputation for loving old cameras and weird film means that sometimes people you barely know will send you the odd spool or SLR found in their basement while quarantine cleaning. Not a bad thing.
While instructions for the Canon could be picked up online, not much about the Type 103 H film can be found, beyond that the “H” in 103 H stands for “Hydrogen”.
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