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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    hopefully the 35mm stock wıll begın to dry up soonö
    I'm working on it.

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    I already shot two rolls of 35mm APX-100 (Rollei Retro) this morning
    One for coffee-develop-testing, one for regular developing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    APX 400 unlike APX25 & APX100 wasn't a new technology improved film compared to the earlier AP versions, but in the end Agfa renamed AP400 as APX400 in line with the rest of their B&W film range...
    I'm not so sure about that. Compare this 1996 Agfa information

    http://www.cri.ensmp.fr/~silber/photo/docs/films.pdf

    with a later publication.

    http://mainphoto.com/services/agfa_scala_tech_data.pdf

    The data reveal that, in addition to calling Agfapan APX 400 "new generation as of 2003," developing times differ. Previously Rodinal 1:25 in a small tank was specified as requiring 7 minutes at 20 degrees C for gamma = 0.65. That changed to 10 minutes under the same conditions for the same contrast with the newer version. Maximum contrast with the newer film also tops out at gamma = 0.69 no matter how long one develops in Rodinal 1:25, while the older version was documented to at least 0.75.

    I'm also looking forward to Mirko bringing this film back to market, specifically in sheets. I hope the product he coats replicates the 2003 version, since it appears very well suited to rotary processing at high temperatures, similar to 320TXP's behavior in Xtol.

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