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    You're letting the cat out of the bag!

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
    From what I've researched and read here and elsewhere:
    Arista.EDU Ultra = Fomapan
    Arista Premium = Tri-X
    Arista Professional = HP5+

    But I could be wrong!
    Remember the old Arista film? It was Ilford. Ahh miss those days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Christian View Post
    From what I've researched and read here and elsewhere:
    Arista.EDU Ultra = Fomapan
    Arista Premium = Tri-X
    Arista Professional = HP5+
    Arista II the next generation was Agfa APX (turned out to be a short Generation)
    Arista.EDU was Forte.

    Legacy Pro was Fuji

    The HP5 was also called Just "English Professional" before the ARISTA name was invented.

    A couple of the paper were different, I think Arista II paper was Kentmere
    Charles MacDonald
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    Its easier to do this than ask on line. Expose half a sheet to a uniform target at 100 or 80 or whatever in your camera (darkslide half in). Process the negative. Place the clear part of the negative over your meter and note the reading. Slide the exposed part over the meter; if the meter reading drop by one-third, you EI guess should yield acceptable negatives in most situations.

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    I've had good results exposing it at 50 and developing in HC-110 using the times for 100 but shaving off about 10% because I use a water stop bath and to tame the highlights.
    Reid

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