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    AGFA Scala development

    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone knows how to develop the Agfa Scala films?
    I've developed Rollei RSD (which have an amazing quality) and I was wondering if would be possible to develop Agfa Scala.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumzinho View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Does anyone knows how to develop the Agfa Scala films?
    I've developed Rollei RSD (which have an amazing quality) and I was wondering if would be possible to develop Agfa Scala.

    Cheers,
    JSV
    Yes, check this out: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum228/...e-process.html
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    Foma R100 reversal developer

    We are using R100 to process Agfascala films. Check http://www.fomafoto.com/index.php?pa...emart&Itemid=1

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    Check out the info here:

    http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart.html

    I've processed Scala into "negatives" successfully using Rodinal, but for optimal "positive" results you are better off using Dr. 5 or someone similar for processing.
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    There is a lab in Germany that processes Scala in the original Scala chemistry.
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    Thank you all

    Thank you all for your kindness.
    I think I'll try the fomapan r100.

    Cheers,
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    Rumzinho,

    I just saw you changed your interest towards the Fomapan 100R film.

    Here in Germany there is new small business doing specialized reversal processing in a proprietary 10 bath process. (Not the one Petzi is referring too.) This process gains an enormous density range. Price: somewhat higher than dr5.
    At the moment that business runs two processes, for the Rollei Pan 25 and the Fomapan 100R. For the latter a density range from 0.04 to above 4 is indicated.
    However from what I understood that business is not accustomed to customers from abroad.

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    Why not develop your film by yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    Rumzinho,

    I just saw you changed your interest towards the Fomapan 100R film.

    Here in Germany there is new small business doing specialized reversal processing in a proprietary 10 bath process. (Not the one Petzi is referring too.) This process gains an enormous density range. Price: somewhat higher than dr5.
    At the moment that business runs two processes, for the Rollei Pan 25 and the Fomapan 100R. For the latter a density range from 0.04 to above 4 is indicated.
    However from what I understood that business is not accustomed to customers from abroad.
    Hello, thanks for info. Do you have a website address for the German company you refer to which does reverse processing?

    I use dr5 a lot and think it is wonderful. Top quality, excellent customer service. I particularly like Ilford SFX and Delta 100 dr5 reverse processed. I send my films from Scotland to the USA and have never had any problems. Would urge anyone wondering what it's like to give dr5 a go.

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    Gavin,

    There are contradictory statements on that website, once that one-man business (Klaus Wehner) processes both, the Rollei Pan 25 and the Foma, then again only the Foma. You are encouraged to send in film in at least a batch of five and place the money on his account which should be stated then, but does not show up on that site...

    Anyway, the process seems interesting:

    www.wehner-net.de/schwarzweissdia (only in German)
    Last edited by AgX; 07-12-2007 at 03:51 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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