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    Wephota NP15 in Tanol - dev times?

    Hello folks, just a quick question - is anyone using this film from Wephota? I have just loaded my holders and begun to think about how I am going to develop them? Any ideas about developing times? I would prefer to use Moersch Tanol, but times in other similar developers could help also to get a starting point..

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    http://www.moersch-photochemie.de/fi...TanolundCo.pdf

    I doubt Wephota NP15 is still the original OrWo NP15 film. Probably Efke 25. Some other Wephota films are Fomapan. So you can check that data on the Moersch website or Digitaltruth.

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    Thanks, Robert, wephota NP15 is still made in Germany by a company called filmotec (or some similar name) and is based on former Orwo emulsion - I have this information directly from Banse und Grohmann GmBH.. However, from what I have heard and read the developing characteristics of the emulsion are similar to efke 25, so it might be a starting point

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    The last time OrWo Filmotec made an OrWo NP15 type emulsion was in 2005/2006. The coating step was done by Forte. Sold under Rollei Pan 25 (V1) and Adox Pan 25. Maybe a rest stock was gone to B&G. But it is old stock.

    Here an example of Rollei Pan 25 (V1), NP15 Filmotec on 35mm. developer: Amaloco AM50, a non staining Pyrocatechine developer. In the mean time Amaloco Photochemicals, the Netherlands also stopped producing in Holland (August 2008). They had some export to the Czech Republic (FotoSkoda, Prague) too.

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