Hi All, First of all, sorry for my english, I'm French. My question is about the Adox CMS 20 Developed in Rodinal. I have made some test with a film exposed at 20 iso, 10 minutes in Rodinal 1+100 (*) at 21°C (70°F). I used my Jobo CPE2 processor at low speed. The results are not so bad (no grain at all, great accutance, interesting tonal response ...). The constrast is of course very hight but my main problem is that I miss a lot information in the shadows. Shots wich were a bit under-exposed are unusable (the negative is perfectly transparent !). Now I'm wondering how I can get a better result without geting to much contrast. My numerous ideas are : - Expose the film at 10 Iso and use the same procedure. - Develope the film for a longer time without changing anything else. - Try 1+200 with a longer developement time or even stand developement. - Try at a lower temp with a longer time. As I don't want to try it all, I would like your opinion about it. I don't want to use the adox developer any more because it's getting expired too fast. I use many type of film and format and my adox developer was expired before I have made 2 films ... I use want Rodinal (or R09) for all off my films in all size because It's simple to use and I can be confident with it ... Thanks a lot for your help ! Bye, Sylvain. (*) : In fact, it's R09 at 1+80 but it should be the same.