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    Successor of Technical PAN?

    A test phase is running in Germany with multiple users for the new Rollei ATP-V1 film. An iso 32 panchromatic film. Deliverable in 135-36 and on request bulk film (30,5m-100ft). With the clear PET layer with non-curling it's possible for an easy scan on high resolution. Sensitivity 370-700nm (so extended red). This film will be on the market up from October/November 2007.
    Here is the preliminary data sheet:
    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/documenta...lisch_mail.pdf

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    Any chance of 120 or 70mm double-perfed film?

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    So far 35mm only and a clear statement that this is NO micro film.

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    It sounds like a great scientific film. I'd be interested in hearing how the reciprocity characteristics compare to the old tech pan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotohuis View Post
    ... and a clear statement that this is NO micro film.
    What does this mean in detail?
    Regards,
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    What is the attraction to films like this, Adox CMS 20 etc. when they are only available in 35mm?

    I could use fast film in my mamiya 7 handheld and probably get better quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_liddell View Post
    What is the attraction to films like this, Adox CMS 20 etc. when they are only available in 35mm?

    I could use fast film in my mamiya 7 handheld and probably get better quality.
    .........and with moderate enlargement, better tonality too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_liddell View Post
    What is the attraction to films like this, Adox CMS 20 etc. when they are only available in 35mm?

    I could use fast film in my mamiya 7 handheld and probably get better quality.
    For photographers not having a Mamiya 7 but a 35mm camera there might be some
    attraction in films like this. I think there are other ppl around like me, 35 mm user who
    would like to have a bigger format camera but but but... many buts.

    But i myself am not so interested in new tech pans yet, since i still got the real stuff
    stashed away. to use for what? i dont know. most iso 100 films is fine enough.
    however, it doesnt hurt if there exists many alternatives for each to choose from.

    best regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotohuis View Post
    Here is the preliminary data sheet:
    http://www.fotohuisrovo.nl/documenta...lisch_mail.pdf
    I wish Rollei/Maco would ask someone with good english to proofread their docs prior to publishing them. Sentences like "very highly solvent superpanchromatic film" simply hurt and I understood it only after translating it word for word back to german (panchromatic high resolution film with extended red sensitivity).

    I would be interested in real experience with this film, esp. regarding the blocking of highlights, which is a big problem for me with Adox CMS20/Orthopan UR. Sadly no time for the field test...

    Robert, any notes on burning in skies with this film?
    Regards,
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    I wish Rollei/Maco would ask someone with good english to proofread their docs prior to publishing them
    Maybe a job offered for them

    I have no further information about this film nor had the possibility to test this film. I only know that German photographers have the possibility to subscribe for their Rollei ATP-V1 test set and do the evaluation.

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