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    what does Fuji recommend as developer for Acros 100

    what does Fuji recommend as developer for Fuji Acros 100????

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    Fuji Yes, Fuji also has black and white films. Neopan 100 Across is an ultra-high quality ISO 100 film. Recommended developers are Microfine, Fujidol, and Super Fujidol-L.

    Neopan 400 is a high quality ISO 400 film. Recommended developers are Super Prodol or Fujidol.

    Neopan 1600 is a 1600 ISO film. Recommended developers are Super Prodol, Fujidol, or Microfine.

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    I believe that fuji recommends either microfine or super prodol. Unfortunately, these two developers (fuji products) are hard to come by outside of Japan.

    In my opinion, Acros is quite a versatile film and Ive gotten excellent results with both Ilford ID-11 and Kodak XTOL.

    Alex

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    I've got great results with my Across 100 in Rodinal 1+50....

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    THANKS PEOPLE.....

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    I've gotten nice results in Ilford DDX.

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    For grainless smooth tones Fab for portrait, try perceptol Stock 12mins 30" at 20'C
    Ilford also list ID11 Stock 6 mins 45" @ 20'C
    The eaisest film to process. A fine quality product.
    ATB. Hughes

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    Back a year or so ago when this site was Megaperls, I bought 10 packets of Microfine from them. It took a couple of weeks to arrive in the United States, but I was very pleased with the results with Acros 100. You can find them now at:

    http://www.japanexposures.com/shop/i...ad7b6586c4de3c

    Regards,

    Ash

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    I recently developed a roll of Acros in 120 format in Xtol 1+1 and I liked how it turned out.
    "Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once and a while, you might just miss it."
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    I've never had an issue with D-76, give it all a try!

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