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    Sweet shot! Great detail in the white water (and the shadows).

    Did you rate the film at EI 100?
    Was that the recommended dev. time or was it adjusted for continuous agitation?
    How'd you rig that water pump?
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    I bought some of this stuff last year on a whim. I just developed a 120 roll of Arista Edu 200, shot at 100 in d76 1:1. 6 mins @ 72deg. .The negatives look real nice with good contrast. The curl though, is the worst I ever seem from a film. I must admit that so far I stuck to Kodak, Ilford, Fuji, and Agfa films. This is the first off brand film I have tried. After getting the film in a negative sleave, I have sat it on my paper easel with about 7 issues of B&W Magazine on them. Hopefully this will flatten them some.

    James,

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