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10-20-2010, 01:31 PM   #1
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i need a wee bit of help

i have a Vivitar V2000 SLR and an Agfa Optima II Prontormator and i have no idea what films to put in them but i'd really like to start using them so i'm in need of a bit of advice. i'd be very grateful for any tips.

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Do you mean the size of the film roll, such a 110 or 135? Or the type of film, like Ektachrome slide film or Kodacolor print film?
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yeah the type, i used the ilford 100 (i think) in another slr camera i had a while ago and that was fine. would that film be ok to use in both cameras? i wish i knew what i was talking about haha i need to read up on these things more
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