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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunthos
    What speed are you exposing at?

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    Hi,

    Exposed at box speed (100).

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    Quote Originally Posted by P C Headland
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    Exposed at box speed (100).
    Thanks,

    I'll give it a try.

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    Howdy!

    I love the Acros/Rodinal combination! I've always exposed it at ASA 100 and developed it 1:50 for 10 minutes @ 68 deg F.

    I recently shot a few rolls @ ASA50 and developed them in Rodinal 1:50 for 11 min @ 68 degF... now this was 120mm film, just so you know.

    I quite like the results for both of these. I know the times sound a little close, but the negs are great!

    I love Acros. It's a nice film. I think one of my favorites is APX 100 (for 120mm) and PanF+ or Acros for 35mm.

    Hope this helps some!
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    In 4x5, I get fabulous results with Acros shot at 64, developed in Rodinal 1:50 at 68F for 10 minutes. Great shadow detail, and tonality that's so smooth it's almost unreal. I really wish Fuji would bring 4x5 Acros into the US without the QuickLoads...and get rid of the little hole they punch in the film for hanging the negatives when they're drying. It's just too far into the image area for my taste.

    I like the same combination in 120 as well...but in 4x5 it really sings.
    Film is cheap. Opportunities are priceless.

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    Thank you all very much!

    Meanwhile I have tested it with my densitometer and come to:

    125/22 ISO logD 0,13 or
    100/21 ISO logD 0,17

    for -N- development

    Rodinal 1+50 12 Min. with 2 Min. presoak in water, then first minute continuous agitation, then all 30 sec. agitate once.

    Rodinal solved in "destilled water".

    I think I will use this combination at 100/21 ISO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo
    In 4x5, I get fabulous results with Acros shot at 64, developed in Rodinal 1:50 at 68F for 10 minutes. Great shadow detail, and tonality that's so smooth it's almost unreal. I really wish Fuji would bring 4x5 Acros into the US without the QuickLoads...and get rid of the little hole they punch in the film for hanging the negatives when they're drying. It's just too far into the image area for my taste.

    I like the same combination in 120 as well...but in 4x5 it really sings.
    Which agitation, please? that sounds interesting, too.
    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo
    ... I really wish Fuji would bring 4x5 Acros into the US without the QuickLoads...
    You could always do your own importing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mono
    Which agitation, please? that sounds interesting, too.
    Thank you!
    Sorry...should have specified...this is in a drum on a motorized base, so it's continuous, slow agitation. Also, this was when I was using a cold light; now that I've switched back to a condensor I'll probably shorten the time about 10-15%.
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    Hi Mongo,

    I have no motorized drum, still agitating by inversion.
    I just heard of 64 ASA at 20 C, Rodinal 1+50 for 13 min., with 10 sec. (about 5x) agitation each minute.
    I will try this also, may be the results will be similar to yours!
    Last edited by mono; 07-05-2005 at 03:03 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mono
    Hi Mongo,

    I have no motorized drum, still agitating by inversion.
    I just heard of 64 ASA at 20 C, Rodinal 1+50 for 13 min., 10 sec. (about 5x) each minute.
    I will try this also, may be the results will be similar to yours!
    10 minutes at continuous agitation is close enough to 13'10" with normal agitation; I'd expect the negatives to be similar.

    Best of luck.
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