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    The fastest film in low light conditions is Fuji Acros. It has no reciprocity departure for 120 seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    ...--which ticks me off that B&H won't ship. Guess I will just have to make a clone out of bulk from PF...
    Adorama will ship, and the prices are about the same as B&H. http://www.adorama.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by PHOTOTONE View Post
    Neopan 400 (in 35mm) has been my film of choice for available light night photography. I highly recommend it if you can get it in the size you need. I develop it in D-76 1+1.
    I'd agree with this...it's a nice combo.
    I also remember a few years back my teacher for the night photo course I took had us use a second bath part way through development...something to control the highlights she said. What that bath was my brain just won't cough up. Sorry!

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    Well, a warm water stop bath could tame the highlights a tad. Maybe a really dilute second dev bath would be beneficial as well. Anyway neopan can handle quite lot of subject brightness range- one of the reasons why it came to mind for night stuff. It's also fast enough that reciprocity probably won't be an issue for most purposes.
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