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    It's called Aviphot PD and available with bases of two thicknesses

    It's to be obtained vie Agfa's aerial surplies dealers.

    http://www.agfa.com/sp/en/binaries/A...m221-42584.pdf

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    An ISO 3 media, in a pinhole camera?
    Come on! The exposure would be ... well, do the math!
    “The photographer must determine how he wants the finished print to look before he exposes the negative.
    Before releasing the shutter, he must seek 'the flame of recognition,' a sense that the picture would reveal
    the greater mystery of things...more clearly than the eyes see."
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    There's no practical reason to make fast direct-positive film. Every sort I've ever heard about has been slower than 10 ISO - it's intended application is for copying/duplication, so you don't need speed. I would not suggest shooting it in a pinhole camera...but maybe you could push process the hell out of it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    An ISO 3 media, in a pinhole camera?
    Come on! The exposure would be ... well, do the math!
    The same as using the new direct-positive paper in a pinhole camera. Quite usable!
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    Has anyone used the one of the Pyro family of developers with the Positive paper(or any paper for that matter)?

    Thanks

    Jules

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    Paper negatives, commonly used in pinhole cameras, are often rated at an exposure index of around 3 or so.

    As for APHS and its possible direct reversal cousin, I recall that some people have had good luck with Soemarko's low-contrast developer for getting continuous tone images on APHS. See EarlJ on F295, and Jim Galli on the Large Format Forum, for people that claim good continuous-tone results on APHS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    The exposure would be ...
    ...30 seconds to a few-to-several minutes usually, depending on the light and the pinhole. ISOs in that area are very common for pinhole work, with both litho film and photo paper being some of the most common materials used for pinholing.
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    Found the answer!

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    I recently started using the Harman positive fibre paper and I like it. I am using it in my pinhole camera with a 350micron aperture and an f/236. My exposures in bright Florida sun are about 2 minutes. Just tonight I posted some pics on my web site.
    My developer is ilford warm tone and I also used the ilford selenium toner.

    For me 2 minutes is a good time. I used to use negative paper and ND filters to get esposure times of about 7 minutes. I like longer exposures. Captures the motion.
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    Lynch the photos are quite nice could you please tell us about developing the paper
    thanx, Peter
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