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    Quote Originally Posted by Film-Niko View Post
    - differences in grain and sharpness are also significant (Efke 25 and older Rollei Pan 25 worst, PanF+ and RPX 25 better, with slight advantage for RPX 25)
    Perhaps you can provide a photo to support the claim?
    Last edited by miha; 01-13-2014 at 10:37 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Interesting thread I mainly use 35mm and have bulk loaders with both Delta 100 and Pan-F, the grain signature of these two is similar, the contrast range similar, so I use the Delta when I need 100 ISO the Pan-F when I can make do with 25 ISO.

    Is there going to be a market % for the new film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miha View Post
    Perhaps you can provide a photo to support the claim?
    No sorry, currently I can't, because my scanner is broken (and honestly I don't miss it at all, real optical prints from my darkroom are so much better).
    Furthermore it is only a 4000ppi scanner. Not good enough at all to resolve the full detail of films like Pan F+, Delta 100, TMX, RPX 25 and so on. Did such tests in the past:
    Pan F+, Delta 100, TMX resolve in the 120 - 140 lp/mm range already at medium object contrast.
    My Coolscan V resolved only 55-60 lp/mm of that, so less than half!
    But with my APO enlarging lens I've got almost the full resolution of the films.
    Scanning is absolutely inferior to optical prints, and not a good method to evaluate film performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Film-Niko View Post
    - the finishing and packaging of the film [PX-25] is the Harman Technology / Ilford finishing (so obviously Ilford is making this stuff in cooperation with Maco).
    In current times a company converting a film is not necessarily the one who made the raw-stock. And even the manufacture of the latter can be divided.

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    @ Film-Niko: A flatbet scan of a print showing an enlarged section would do. I thought you had something at hand.

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    Got a roll of 35mm and 120 this weekend! Already shot the 35mm, processing it tomorrow (Rodinal). Shooting the 120 next weekend and developing in Xtol. Results will be posted!
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    For the UK photographers,
    It is now available at Silverprint: http://www.silverprint.co.uk/Product....asp?PrGrp=257
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    Doesn't MACO have a rather high minimum order ?
    Only better if you are sure you want a dozen rolls of film you never tried before ...

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    hang on, MACO price for RPX25 120 is 4.8 Euros (~3.95GBP); Silverprint 4.16 GBP
    21p difference - we're hardly in Ilford UK vs Ilford US price territory

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    I know. When I bought my batch it was 4.03 Euro per roll. MACO have since put their prices up. Hence the deletion of the post. I wish AG would get a move on and stock it...

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