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    I like Pan F, too. And I'm developing a relationship with Acros as well. I can't wait to try it in Med Format.
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    In what soup do you develop FP4+ @ 64iso?
    I want to try some Rodinal 1-50 with that film to see if it can replace the non-available-around-here PanF+.
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    Scott,
    Same question as Ari: how do you soup the FP4 when you shoot at an EI of 64.
    And as a follow up: how does it compare at an EI of 64 as opposed to 125?

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    Darned fine idea! Thanks for the tip

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    I shot Delta 100 and FP4 back to back the other day and I personally prefer the FP4. It just seems a little bit more forgiving. Mind you I do like Delta 3200 over HP5 pushed. I just stock HP5 more because you've effectively got rating from 200iso to 6400iso in one roll of film.
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    Developing FP4+

    My preferences are Rodinal 1:50 or PMK <pyro> 10+20+1000
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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    In what soup do you develop FP4+ @ 64iso?
    I want to try some Rodinal 1-50 with that film to see if it can replace the non-available-around-here PanF+.
    Massive Development Chart ( http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.html ) shows FP4+ shot @ 64 developed in Rodinal 1:100 for 21 minutes

    This place (http://www.fotoinfo.com/info/filmtimes/ilfp4plus.html) shows it shot @ 50 and developed in Rodinal 1:50 for 6 minutes.

    These might give you some places to start. I guess I'd be tempted to soup it 1:50 for 7 minutes or so as a starting point.
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    FP4 is all I shoot now. My old fav was APX 100 but since they don't make it in 4x5 anymore I had to find a new film. My favorite soups are either HC110 dil B or PyroCat-HD. I rate it at 64asa for 4x5 and 125asa for minicam (35mm).

    I've never been a big fan of the T-grain films. They just don't have the look I like. It's purely personal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EricR
    FP4 is all I shoot now. My old fav was APX 100 but since they don't make it in 4x5 anymore I had to find a new film. My favorite soups are either HC110 dil B or PyroCat-HD. I rate it at 64asa for 4x5 and 125asa for minicam (35mm).

    I've never been a big fan of the T-grain films. They just don't have the look I like. It's purely personal.
    Exactly the same for me. Used to be very keen on APX100, now mostly use FP4+, don't like T-grained film.
    The HC110 dil B is very good and convenient too.
    When I want higher accutance, I use Rodinal (1:50) with the FP4+.
    I also find ID11 very appealing with FP4+, if you don't mind the inconvenience of a powdered developer.

    It's good to see you like it too, Kent. Nothing like loving a film enough to put the time in to get to know it well.

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    I soup FP4+ @64 in Rodinal 1+100 for 15 mins at 20C. Invert for first 30 seconds and then invert once every 30 seconds.

    For flexibility I find HP5+ rated between 200 and 1600 is a real work horse as well.

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