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    Quote Originally Posted by jbannow View Post
    I like that idea - fighting off the zombies, one bottle of Rodinal at a time ...
    Yes, and most of those Zombies are holding digi-wonder-cams, with the camera in spray & pray mode, as they chant "must buy new model when comes out, must bu..." There are days you want to put a few of them out of their misery. :rolleyes:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    A&O were making Rodinal after Agfa's collapse, now they've given up it's being made to t5he same formula elsewhere.

    It is still manufactured at the same plant, by the successor company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
    Yes, and most of those Zombies are holding digi-wonder-cams, with the camera in spray & pray mode, as they chant "must buy new model when comes out, must bu..." There are days you want to put a few of them out of their misery. :rolleyes:
    Hmmm ...

    Does anyone have a formula where we can take residual silver from the darkroom and refine it for use in bullets?

    I wonder how much film/ paper I would have to develop to obtain enough to replicate a box of Speer .357 140 grain Hollow Point...

    Oh, wait ... VAMPIRES. Silver is specifically applicable to WEREWOLVES.

    Anyone tried it on vampires?
    150 grain are
    Carpe erratum!!

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    be aware that rodinal may be called something else next time you buy it, and worse th ename may be differrent in different places.
    (thats why I bought 2 bottles recently) (which turned out to be the A&O german stuff.)

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    Found this scan of an old Rodinal label the other day...
    Anyone care to translate?

    http://edkrebs.com/thalia2/vintage/agfabottle.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoNinHeart View Post
    Found this scan of an old Rodinal label the other day...
    Anyone care to translate?

    http://edkrebs.com/thalia2/vintage/agfabottle.jpg
    *****
    With apologies to those whose language it is, since my dictionaries are packed away:

    The universal developer--Agfa Rodinal. For experts as well as for amateurs. For plates, films, papers. For negatives as well as transparencies. For (something) as well as Time and Tank development. For correclty exposed, as well as over and under exposed (films)). Easiest usage, for 10 to 20 times dilution with water.
    Flexible convenient, exceptional keeping qualities. Various sized bottles (can't read in my printout). For additional information, see the collected Agfa Photo Articles in the Agfa Photo Handbook 75 pfennigs at Photo Dealers..
    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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    ...For tray-, time- and tank-development...

    (I got no idea what the difference between the last two would be.)

    And that handbook was already in its 185,000 to 200,000 print edition.

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