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    Maco advised for the processing of the ATP-V1 their own developer `Rollei RLC (former LP [Laborpartner] Docufine LC)´, a developer intended for low contrast processing of document films.
    However a german forum showed that this developer is not a good choice, and Maco is open for other suggestions.
    The curve fitting of their ATP-V1 and the R.L.C. (Former L.P. Docufine LC) is on their datasheet and you can see it's not a 100% fine fitting.
    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/documenta...lisch_mail.pdf

    However the dilution 1+6 (R.L.C. = Rollei Low Contrast) seems to be better.

    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    I am afraid you have to wait for some period but in the final planning stage it will be there.

    You need a low contrast developer for this film: Kodak Technidol, SPUR Dokuspeed, Imagespeed, R.L.C. , Gigabit HDR, maybe Rodinal 1+200, Diafine (??), well as you can see the Rollei/Maco company and Gigabit is open for all test suggestions.

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    How about PC-TEA? In a test I developed Copex Rapid EI 16 in PC-TEA 1:100 11m 68F with pictorial contrast.Might be a starting point.

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    Yes, these type of developers could also fit.

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    Rollei ATP "V1"

    Quote Originally Posted by 25asa View Post
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    In 120 please.
    If the 35mm version is running successfully, then there will be an 120 coming, maybe in spring/summer of 2008! No question.

    Cheers
    Wolf

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    Hi Wolf,

    Because you're located near Hamburg I am sure you have the latest info about this film and the possible developer combinations.
    Do you have already a published list available from successfull ATP-V1 Technical Pan and some other tested developers?

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    If I may be so rude as to nudge my way in here...
    ...can anyone please explain the difference between Adox CMS 20, Bluefire Police (I thought this was an ADOX product but apparently differs from CMS 20?) and the best of all...Kodak Techpan. Are they all the same type of film? I know there was an Agfa one in there - Copex maybe? Isn't Gigabit one of these, just re-branded?
    The reason these films would be of interest is because I have a wonderful Minolta manual focus 35mm setup (XD-11) that I would love to use for bigger enlargments than I can get with Tmax 100 or Acros 100. The Rokkor prime lenses are top notch and have a beautiful look to the bokeh, etc. I would love to shoot the finest grain possible and see what the limit is!
    Thanks for your time,
    Jed

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    Hi Jedidiah,

    You are talking about orthochromatic micro films: CMS 20/ SPUR Orthopan UR, Bluefire Police, with a special made custom developer suitable for pictographical photography.

    This ATP-V1 Technical Pan film is NOT a micro film according the Rollei/Maco and Gigabit company information. An overlay of the discontinued TP 2415 film from Kodak, also with extended red sensitivity till 700nm.

    Here the micro film specs from SPUR:

    http://www.spur-photo.com/dat_ort_ure.pdf
    or ADOX (same film):
    http://www.adox.de/ADOX_Filme/ADOX_C...CMS_Filme.html

    and the test:
    http://www.imx.nl/photo/film_2/the_m...eed_silve.html

    All based on ortho film or micro orthochromatic film.

    This is the Rollei ATP-V1 Technical Pan data sheet:
    http://www.mahn.net/DL_MAHN/ATP_V1_e.pdf

    or here:
    http://www.gigabitfilm.de/html/engli...?Layout=normal

    Regards,

    Robert

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    Some Rollei ATP-V1 Technical Pan results:

    Ravenstein, the Netherlands
    Rollei ATP-V1 Technical Pan 35mm, Leica M7 + Elmarit 2,8/28mm
    SPUR Imagespeed 1+14 5:30 min
    Stop S-10 Amaloco 1+19 0:30 min
    Fix X55 Amaloco (Acid) 1+7 4:00 min
    Wetting agent SWA Rollei 1+3000 1:00 min

    35mm negative NEW Technical Pan film Rollei
    E.I. 32



    Very small part of the 35mm negative
    E.I. 32 (+)



    Rollei ATP-V1 Technical Pan in Rollei Low Contrast (R.L.C.) 1+5 6:00 min. Small part of the 35mm negative (E.I. 25).



    Results made by Epson 3170 (3200dpi flatbed scanner).

    Next developer for testing: Rodinal 1+150 - 1+200.

    Best regards,

    Robert

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    Jed,

    Keep in mind that there are two men (and companies) possessing the `Adox´ brandname. Thus there is are a German and a Canadian Adox.

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    Exactly, to be complete the web site from Canada:

    http://www.frugalphotographer.com/

    How they are handling by international (TM) Adox I don't know, maybe a problem, maybe not.....

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