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    Ilford FP4 plus

    I just LOVE this film!

    Never lets me down. Don't know why I don't shoot more of it.




    I just hung two rolls of 35mm FP4+ up to dry. Looking at a few frames through a loupe...wow! just beautiful!

    Just thought I'd share the joy.

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    One of my favorites too. Although, I thinking about trying some of the Adox with the 'old style' structure.
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    Yup, good stuff. I use Rodinal and Pyrocat HD, but I'm sure there are many more favorites for this film.

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    My favorite B&W in Rodinal, D-76 or Beutler.

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    I've got to say I don't know what I'm missing. Ilford virgin, here. Little white flag a'wavin'.
    Thank you.
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    My tour de force, just love it!


    Cheers


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    I love this film, too, especially in HC-110.

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    I like it too, although I'm feelin' the pull to the plusX darkside!!

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    Always looks good whatever you soup it in.
    Rick Jason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradS View Post
    I just LOVE this film!

    Never lets me down. Don't know why I don't shoot more of it.




    I just hung two rolls of 35mm FP4+ up to dry. Looking at a few frames through a loupe...wow! just beautiful!

    Just thought I'd share the joy.
    *******
    My favorite 35mm film from the early 1970s and later was FP-4, souped in HC110, rarely Rodinal, mostly D23. No real experience with "plus" at this juncture. I started with FP-4 when Freestyle was selling it's Essex brand in bulk rolls.
    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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