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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    Maybe that Freestyle has been watching APUG posts for the last 5 yrs ( If APUG was alive 5yrs ago) and decided to make a film that will make EVERYONE happy. A film for all conditions and speed that we need as well as a film that you just need water to develop. ...... then I woke up !!
    I'll bet it was Universal Format, too! Minox to 8x10.....

    Say, what was the agitation process you used with that water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Verizzo View Post
    I'll bet it was Universal Format, too! Minox to 8x10.....

    Say, what was the agitation process you used with that water?
    Just about 5 minutes while I was washing my dishes. and the agitaion was taking out or adding dishes. Left them clean and sparkeley

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    Apparently there is a delay in the 400 speed rolls. The site now says "This item is currently out of stock.

    Item overdue from vendor - Please call for more information." The 100 speed rolls are in and both speeds available in bulk.

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    Rate 400 at 320 develop in microdol x looks real good

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    Quote Originally Posted by R W Penn View Post
    Rate 400 at 320 develop in microdol x looks real good
    That wouldn't be about the exact same results as Tri-X, would it? :rolleyes:

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    I will be posting photos from the Arista Pro 100 this evening. So far, looks good!

    ~Steve Sloan

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    Paul you are right looks like tri-x.Microdol at 1-1 11min.

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    I was being facetious...

    Quote Originally Posted by R W Penn View Post
    Paul you are right looks like tri-x.Microdol at 1-1 11min.
    Hence, the :rolleyes: I think the advance users of the 400 film pretty well determined that it must be Tri-X.

    Now, for the envelope, please, on the "100" speed Arista.

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    I have posted many photos using Arista Premium 400 on my Flickr pages here. These are mostly family photos and are unmanipulated scans from my local lab.

    All are shot at 400 with Nikon FE2 and FM2's shot either with a 35mm 2.8 or a 75-150mm series E zoom. These are developed in Photographer's Formulary TD16 the equivalent of D-76H:

    http://tinyurl.com/sloan-ap400

    ~Steve
    Last edited by ssloansjca; 08-19-2008 at 10:48 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Correct Error

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    Anyone tried it in DDX?

    The Freestyle development chart gives 6.5min for Ilford DDX 1+4, 20C for the Arista Premium 400. I believe Ilford gives a time of 8 min for DDX 1+4, 20C for Tri-X.

    Is this possibly just a typo or the Arista Premium 400 is not exactly Tri-X?



 

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