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    My first try on Pan F+ with the P67II 105mm F/2.4

    Pentax 67II 105mm F/2.4
    Pan F+50 @50
    HC-110 Dilution H
    6.5 minutes at 73°F (30" continuos inversions + 2 inversions every minute)
    Epson V600 (no PP only dust removal) scanner -out of warranty- died after this frame but Epson honored me a replacement at no cost. Bravo Epson


    I will try EI25 next weekend at an antique car show.

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    Looks great.

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    Looks great!


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    Excellent! Pan F is one of my all-time favourite films. I shoot it in 35mm and 6x7cm also - though in a Mamiya. You cannot go wrong with this wonderfully smooth and gentle film. This is one of my favourite frames with this film and medium format - the dynamic range and tonal smoothness on the 12x16in print is truly excellent. I develop in D76 (1+1), and expose at ISO 32.

    Haunted Africana Library

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    Quote Originally Posted by philosomatographer View Post
    Excellent! Pan F is one of my all-time favourite films. I shoot it in 35mm and 6x7cm also - though in a Mamiya. You cannot go wrong with this wonderfully smooth and gentle film. This is one of my favourite frames with this film and medium format - the dynamic range and tonal smoothness on the 12x16in print is truly excellent. I develop in D76 (1+1), and expose at ISO 32.

    Haunted Africana Library
    Beautiful! Truly!


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