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    I know Acros is sensitive to handling and is easily marked. I always wear clean rubber (nitrile) gloves when handling film.

    I've only ever used Across 100 in Quickloads and for some reason it didn't seem to like Pyro developer I was always getting the odd mark here and there, little blotches. When I developed the film in Rodinal dil.1:50 it was perfect!

    Have you tried different developers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Crone View Post
    I know Acros is sensitive to handling and is easily marked. I always wear clean rubber (nitrile) gloves when handling film.

    I've only ever used Across 100 in Quickloads and for some reason it didn't seem to like Pyro developer I was always getting the odd mark here and there, little blotches. When I developed the film in Rodinal dil.1:50 it was perfect!

    Have you tried different developers?

    Regards,
    Trevor.
    Trevor, I did a test with fuji super prodol which i still had as a powder and the neg looks ok! You are right about the pyro not suitable for fuji acros film...

    Thanks!

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