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    Quote Originally Posted by André Ferreira
    Would someone tell me if D76 would work with such a film? I´m in Brazil, and my acces to devs is very limited... And I always wanted to buy Efke!
    André Ferreira.
    I see no reason for it not to, it's a beautiful soup and I used it for years before I went over to Rodinal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noseoil
    At the risk of offending those among us who are Rodinalians, I've had good luck with both PMK pyro and Pyrocat-HD.
    Narrr I'm not offended, your images and Neals apple are all stunning. I guess that goes to show how good Elke films are in the right hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flotsam
    Largely thanks to a member here on APUG who shall remain nameless
    I'm proud to have influenced someone in here to use Rodinal...(crying tears of joy).

    Yet I have to try Efke-films as they are not available to me in DK.

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    Morten, probably foto-impex in germany can mail them to you...
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by titrisol
    Morten, probably foto-impex in germany can mail them to you...
    Yes, I might try that, but I am using Ilford's Delta 100 for now...I just tamed it in Rodinal 1+50 for studio use. But for out-door portraits et.al. I might go for an Efke

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Yes, I might try that, but I am using Ilford's Delta 100 for now...I just tamed it in Rodinal 1+50 for studio use. But for out-door portraits et.al. I might go for an Efke
    Don't foget to try the HP5+ pulled to 200 it has real punch

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    Dear Jimi,

    http://www.jandcphoto.com/index.asp?...on=Custom&ID=2

    I hope this helped.

    Neal Wydra

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Don't foget to try the HP5+ pulled to 200 it has real punch
    Aye aye!

    I just did this in the Holga.

    But for out-door I might be using Tri-X in Rodinal 1+25 and 1+50. I will try this with a good friend/model of mine in january. But a Tri-X/HP5+ side-by-side shoot might be worth doing...

    Morten

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    Quote Originally Posted by André Ferreira
    Would someone tell me if D76 would work with such a film? I´m in Brazil, and my acces to devs is very limited... And I always wanted to buy Efke!
    André Ferreira.
    I've done Efke R50 and KB100 in D76 1:1 with _very_ nice results.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    I recently did some EFKE R120 in Rodinal and posted the results in an APUG article. The density figures were determined with the method I wrote in another article using a spot meter. Subjectively, image results were not as pleasing to me as I am used to with Kodak and Ilford products of the same ilk. It may require more experimentation which I do not have time for at the present. The greatest drawback for me is the extreme flexibility. At first I thought EFKE film was thinner than their counterparts, but measurement proved differently. I guess EFKE is on a quite different base.
    I love the smell of fixer in the morning. It smells like...creativity!
    Truly, dr bob.

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