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    Quote Originally Posted by zenrhino
    I know I'm walking into the lion's den on this one, but let me ask anyway: What is it about Rodinal you like?
    The tones, the grain and the sharpness. It has a crispy grain structure and tones and the negs are glowing. The negs are easily printable and the glow is transferred to the print. The highlights are SO nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenrhino
    I know I'm walking into the lion's den on this one, but let me ask anyway: What is it about Rodinal you like?
    ZR It's one of those looks you either love or hate. I can't really add more than Morten has already said, but I love Rodinal for slow films (Pan F & FP4+) and have recently been trying it with HP5+, Delta 400 and even Tmax P3200. I intend to use it one Delta 3200 as well when I can get some locally.

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    I think right now I would have to say MYTOL (XTOL) and Pyrocat are my two developers of choice - I can make others but for large formats the Pyrocat has a lot of sharpness and highlight clamping with great tonality - for 4x5 and 8x10 my preference is TRI-X at asa200 in Pyrocat. For roll film FP4, and TRI-X in MYTOL - very fine grain and good accutance - Sodium Ascorbate is a wonderful developer!

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