Chemistry needed for VNF.-RVNP

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    I was wondering if anyone knew the chemicals needed or chemistry required for a process referred to as "VNF.-RVNP". I would greatly appreciate any information that anyone has :smile:.

    -Justine
     
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    Wow that was fast! Thank you very very much! :smile:
     
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    APUG is amazing...

    But now let's wait if anybody even knows the formulas for the baths.
     
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    I asked at local cine lab and they had no problem with processing that as negative in ECN2. I guess being quite outdated that film could use some extra contrast. I did some research and it seems ECN uses same CD as VNF/etc so it may be not as much of cross process as one could expect. I got some of that stuff waiting in the fridge.
     
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