Shooting expired Agfa Scala 200X as a negative film: the Historic Port of Santos, Brazil

Shooting expired Agfa Scala 200X as a negative film: the Historic Port of Santos, Brazil

Agfa Scala 200X is a black and white transparency film, well known in its day for being the only option for generating slides in monochrome. Even back when it was readily available it was still hard to find a lab that could process it. I had never shot with it because of the high price of the film along with the processing, but near the end of the film supremacy epoch, I bought a 5-pack to see what it was all about.

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Agfa Scala 200X is a black and white transparency film, well known in its day for being the only option for generating slides in monochrome. Even back when it was readily available it was still hard to find a lab that could process it. I had never shot with it because of the high price of the film along with the processing, but near the end of the film supremacy epoch, I bought a 5-pack to see what it was all about.
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