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hello, what is the best rate for this film? this is my first try at this film. should i over or underexpose? and what about developing? i will be doing interior prtraits with 35mm equipment. thanks rodney
-- rodney (email@example.com), March 22, 2000
I've had good luck at ISO 25, reading mid tones with a spot meter, and developing in XTOL 1:3 for 11 minutes @ 68 degrees.
-- Brian Hinther (BrianH@sd314.k12.id.us), March 22, 2000.
ISO 25 and develop in 1+50 Rodinol, 10 minutes @ 20 deg.C. Gentle agitation for one minute then 5 sec sevey 30 sec. This is a conbination made in heaven for fine grain, sharp edges, and beautiful scale.
-- Bill Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 22, 2000.
Try shooting at 25asa and develop it with Rodinal 1+50. You will get sharpness results and fine grain.
-- Monica Riveiro (MONICARG@santandersupernet.com), March 31, 2000.
Try to expose one roll at 12 ASA and develop the film in Rodinal 1+50 for 7 minutes. You will get even finer grain and extremly good grey scale and contrast!
-- Patric (email@example.com), April 04, 2000.