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    Rodinal at 1:150. Develop by inspection under a RED safelight. About 7-8 minutes seems to work well when the film is shot at ISO 5. This will give you continous tone negs (shot in camera) with incredible acutance and virtually grainless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM-25 View Post
    Anyone try this film in a pinhole?

    I am about to order it in 20 x 24 for contact printing...
    LOTS of people use this in pinholes.

    Just remember that it is an ortho film, and that it is slow.

    Good options for continuous tone developers that I have personally used are David Soemarko's LC-1 and HC-110 (or Ilford HC) used one shot at high dilution. I have not tried Rodinal, but it would probably work great as well.
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    Cool,

    Thanks for the answers. I need slow film for this project. We ordered a pack of 20 x 24 and a roll of 24 inch x 100 foot Arista Ortho-Litho II.

    The pinhole we are using is tack sharp from about 5 foot and beyond, we figure it is around F/640. We were shooting it for a few years with R3 reversal paper ( ISO 3 ) and with that it was pulling 15-30 lines per millimeter as a rough guess just by sight just on the print.

    The camera easily handles 24 x 48 although it is not totally sharp across the entire plane. But this is not supposed to be a high res thing, just an effect thing.....

    Pretty darn fun.
    Last edited by PKM-25; 05-09-2009 at 12:07 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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