So much grumpiness over me hating grain. Kind of funny.
Nah, it was more the snide remark about Kodak films being grainy and Tri-X having boulder size grain, which just isn't true.
Still love that you're here participating, and I hope you find your best film soon.
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No problem stone. In a forum this size you will have people who really can't see past their own noses.
I have not used ilfosol for too many years to count. I honestly forgot it existed. Thanks for reminding me.
Gotcha, and yea there was a different ilfsol out there before ilfsol 3 so it's Newer-ish, and it works best with low ASA Ilford films like pan f plus but seems to work REALY well with some Agfa/GAF films that are old/aged at keeping fog down, but Kodak films it doesn't work so well and there's more fog. Just so far as my experience had shown, as I can't account for storage is the Agfa/GAF vs Kodak films, just that they were all around 30-40 years old.
The Noteworthy Ones - Mamiya: 7 II, RZ67 Pro II / Canon: 1V, AE-1 / Kodak: No 1 Pocket Autographic, No 1A Pocket Autographic
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