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    Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
    NB23: No, it's a bit slower and gains contrast rapidly, thus needs a little less development time, just like Pan F needs less development time than does Plus X. - David Lyga
    Only if you overespose, otherwose you end up with an impossibly thin neg.

    Lately I've been shooting apx100 at 50iso and developing it in rodinal. The results I get are extraordinary. Loving one's own results like this should be illegal!!

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    Yes, that is what I inferred, NB23. You, obviously, must (as you say) 'overexpose'. But when you think about it, if it is slower than ISO 100 you would not really be 'overexposing', would you? You would be CORRECTLY exposing, despite what the manufacturer says. Truisms are not always true. Sometimes we must take matters into our own hands.

    In summation, rate at EI 50. - David Lyga

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