A row of fire trucks across the street from the BIA headquarters seemed like good excuse to use up my forty-year-old roll of 828 Verichrome Pan roll film in the Kodak Flash Bantam.
I shot at the rated speed of 125 ASA and processed normally in HC-110B. The negatives were pretty thin, and I probably could have opened up a couple f-stops. It is nice to be able to take advantage of the full frame area offered by the 828 format, but the little seventeen-inch strip of film only yields eight frames. In the next round I'll try some fresh TMAX 100.