Lucky SHD 100

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  1. htmlguru4242

    htmlguru4242 Member

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    I just ordered two rolls of Lucky SHD 100 from J&C Photo. I'm not sure what to expect from htis film, so does anybody have any reccomendations / pointers for this film.

    Also, any reccomendations for development?
     
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    I'm very fond of the Lucky films, the highlights are really glowing. They tend to bleed when overexposed, this can be enhanced by pull development of the film.
    Try out the SHD100 @ iso 80 in D-76 1+1 for 8 minutes, 20C. The film can be a bit curly in the 120-format, but still acceptable. I haven't done any stand development for the SHD100 but for SHD400 (@iso 400), Rodinal 1+200 for 2 hours does a great job.
    Good Luck(y)!