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Does the soft ware in the V700 support early colour negative material ? I can find Ilford HP5 but not Ilfocolour !

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There isn't a specific template for that film, but you can try out with generic settings and see how it goes. I rarely use the specific film settings from scanner software, and always prefer to adjust them to each roll I scan. Good luck with that! :)

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