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    Field,

    I would like to see some of your results - ei100, 5 minutes in Rodinal 1:50 would be too thin for what I was doing (I think!) No doubt that less agitation is better than more. Did you try any two bath developers?

    Dave

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    No, no two baths.

    I'll get the pictures with my hard drive in the near future.

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    EI100 5min rodinal 68* , agitate beginning and middle.

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    EI200 6min rodinal 68*, agitated beginning and middle.

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  4. #124
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    What did you scan with?
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    v700 flatbed. only 150dpi, 16 bit greyscale nothing else. it is always dirty. Man silverfast software blows but hey... I can use it.

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    Are you getting any separation in the shadows? My monitor shows a pretty solid black.

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    Not in the scans, that I can tell. My laptop is old.

    Printing might be different. I'm sure the levels of contrast are high for the scanners default.

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    I have a V500 flatbed scanner that I use. For b&w negatives I use 48 bit colour @ 1200 DPI (sometimes more) and I get a great scan from it. You might be missing a lot of the picture (ie contrast) by the low settings. For mine I just use Picasa for fine tuning etc.

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    Maybe I'll try the native color and then later turn it to greyscale. At that DPI it would take all day to do one tray of pictures though... I just use the files to look at the pictures, I don't do anything else with them. When I want a print I do it in the darkroom.

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    Anybody not want their film or have any extra they want to get rid of? I would like to get more of this...



 

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