Development Chart 3 - Fuji Neopan 100 SS

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Please post your exposure index, developer recommendations (time, temperature and dilution), agitation method, and comments.

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Answers

With my first two films of Neopan 100 I ran into trouble with severe overexposure (rated at 100), one roll in FG-7, one in a two-bath developer based on Catechine. I talked to Fuji Germany and we agreed on a speed of 200-250. The latest roll was shoot at 400 and developed in Acufine for 5 mins@20C.

-- Wolfram Kollig (kollig@ipfdd.de), May 21, 2001.

this is interesting about the over exposure, i just shot a roll of this and would like it to turn out printable, i shot it at 100 asa all in bright sunlight, should i develop it as 200 or higher? i was planning on using d76 1:1 (times from digitaltruth) as that and xtol are all i have right now

thanks

joe

-- Joe H (joe1013_@excite.com), May 22, 2001.


whoops, just read my question and noticed i made a mistake, if this film is truly faster i would need to shorten or pull development, not like i said and develop for 200 asa or higher.... hope it's clear what i'm asking

joe

-- Joe H (joe1013_@excite.com), May 22, 2001.


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