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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Link? Will it ever come in 127?
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    Personally I wouldn't use RPX-D.

    My impression is that it's aimed at pushing RPX 400, and my experience is that it gives quite a bit of grain. Not the kind of thing you want from a 25 ASA film.

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    > did anyone use the recommended developer Rollei RPX-D before?

    I used it, but only for pushing RPX 400 film. It is far too expansive for general use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piu58 View Post
    > did anyone use the recommended developer Rollei RPX-D before?

    I used it, but only for pushing RPX 400 film. It is far too expansive for general use.
    Did you like it, besides the costs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Did you like it, besides the costs?

    Bert from Holland
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    I've used a few 250 ml bottles, and I've found that it's keeping qualities are limited. As for pushability I'm not very impressed either. For RPX400 I use Rodinal 1:25 (rated EI250) and the grain is not a problem imho.

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    Hi Everybody,


    I tested the film too, and made my first development in my PMK.

    Please see the results. I guess it's just a little bit (10 %) overdevelopped, but the results are even really nice !

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    You can find the film in Europe in my shop

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    As Oskar sai, the developer has a limited shelf life. The pushing effect on RPX 400 was remarkable, I got true 1000 ASA from this film. Grain was moderate and higlights did not block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurelien View Post
    Hi Everybody,


    I tested the film too, and made my first development in my PMK.

    Please see the results. I guess it's just a little bit (10 %) overdevelopped, but the results are even really nice !

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    You can find the film in Europe in my shop

    Cheers
    Hello Aurelien, is the shipping a fixed rate? In other words are 20 rolls the same as 10 rolls or does it vary? Were the pictures hand held and are they 35mm or 120?
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    Just received my five boxes of 135. EAN code is 4024953825110, expiry date JAN 2018, Made in EU, DX barcode is 830254. That is DX code 189-1, which I can't find in my file from 2009, so most likely a new emulsion.

    Enough detective work, time to take some photographs!

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    No not necessarily, as not all films have been registered.



 

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