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    I've done Tri-X as high as 6400 in HC-110 at high temp with sodium thiocyanate added, just to see if I could.

    I wouldn't mind trying Retro 80s out given how nice the tones appeared to me as a neg in Rodinal.

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    Good work!
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    There are various B/W reversal threads and for no particular reason I decided to pose a question on this one!
    Having got my reversal process successfully sorted with 35mm FP4, I thought I'd try experimenting with 6 x 6 slides via my Rolleiflex. Has anyone had any experience of this? I plan on using the same film. Exposure may be a bit more tricky, but I wonder what other issues I might encounter.
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    Great job John - it sounds like you had a fun couple of days! I am especially pleased to hear your evaluation of the Rollei Retro 80s, as I have been thinking about trying that one myself, mostly for IR work. I keep hearing good things about that film and am starting to think I am really going to like it. Especially reverse processed!

    I know this thread is primarily about DIY reversal processing, but I can't help sneaking in another recommendation for processing by DR5.com for anyone who might be considering reversal processing by a lab. The guy at Dr5 has tested out and basically optimized his process for each different film, providing what I think is a high quality and nearly unique capability. So far I have only had two rolls reverse processed there (both Efke 25 in 120) but they turned out just wonderful! His E6 processing is top notch too.

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