I recently bought an old Ernemann HEAG camera that came with a nearly unused pack of Super-XX. Thanks to Whitey Morange and others, I now know how to use the film pack. Next question: due to the unknown age of this film, what's the best way to shoot & develop it?
Archived posts refer to very out-dated Super-XX losing it's effective speed from 200 down to 100 ASA. So I'm thinking of shooting it at 100 and dunking it in something like Acufine. There are a couple of sheets that were apparently exposed in the distant past so the Acufine might help with the unknown condition of them.
There's a pretty good chance the stuff is beyond help, but I'm looking forward to trying it - any ideas?