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    Fuji Acros and Rodinal?

    Do they work together?
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    yes, they do work together and give very nice results.
    IMHO 1+50 Rodinal for 12 minutes, agitating first 30secs and then every other minute worked fine.
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    Thank you!
    Better than APX 100 in grain, tonality and acutance?
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    Better is a matter of personal taste.... try a roll or 2 and decide
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    ;-))
    So I have some nice job this weekend... testing...boring...

    I was told that Tgrain, Deltas or Sigma grains are not as sharp as APX in Rodinal!?
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    Not as sharp?
    .........As I said before, try a roll or 2 and see.

    .My test sequence :
    1. Define a time/temperature/agtation development procedure
    2. Expose a roll of film with a target or a sample scene ad bracket -2,-1,0,+1,+2
    After each bracketing leave and empty frame and repeat
    3. Develop a piece of the roll in the development procedure from 1
    4. Analyze results and either adjust film speed based on those or repeat with a new procedure.

    I can usually get to what I want with 1 roll and 3 or 4 "loads" of development
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    Try it with Rodinal 1+100 for about 18 minutes at 20C. Agitate 15s each minute for 3 minutes then one inversion every three minutes.

    Looks gorgeous, at least on 120 film. Sharp, nice tonal range, grain free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P C Headland
    Try it with Rodinal 1+100 for about 18 minutes at 20C. Agitate 15s each minute for 3 minutes then one inversion every three minutes.

    Looks gorgeous, at least on 120 film. Sharp, nice tonal range, grain free.
    What speed are you exposing at?

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    I also develop with 1:100 for 18 min and it gives me execellent result. I expose for 100 iso.
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    I have done 1 roll of Fuji in Rodinal with ok results. Later I will try some more rolls and fine-tune the time...but I use Delta 100 in Rodinal with great result, so the motivation for exploring Acros is not so big at the moment.

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