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    ADOX CHS art 25

    I almost exclusively use Pan F 120. Just curious if anyone has used the ADOX film and what your impressions are compared to Pan F

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    I have done a mini review of CHS 25
    http://photo-utopia.blogspot.com/200...1_archive.html
    I like it, its a little less contrasty (only a little) than Pan F at suggested dev times, Probably has a little more curl which makes it a little harder to load but has fine grain.
    Try a couple of rolls.
    I dev it in Rodinal 1:100 for 18 mins
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    I have some loaded in my Nikon F3, need to get out and shoot it. I've never shot anything lower than 100 before.

    I did run a roll of Adox Art 100 through my ETR a few weeks ago and liked the results.
    Ronin

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    It's the same film as Efke 25, so you will find a lot of feedback about it here. It's a sweet little film, but you have to be careful not to overdevelop it.
    Using film since before it was hip.


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