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Thread: Rollei/Agfa 80s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jedidiah Smith View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by TriXfan View Post
    Especially how & what developer to use to fix low shadow detail/highlight burnout ?
    See http://www.apug.org/forums/forum37/1...retro-80s.html
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    RETRO80 is a contrasty film, neg or pos. It's spectral range is similar to TECH-pan, but it's not quite as contrasty as TP. It's very popular @ dr5 for chromes. http://dr5.com/blackandwhiteslide/ro...tro80dev1.html
    Neg or Pos, it has almost no Ei.

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    "Contrasty" is always a combination of film, seleceted ASA value, developer and developing time. Nearly every film can get to flat contrast if you use an adapted developing time. I had no problems to get the film flat with Rodinal, but got only 25 ASA. The best results gave A49 1+1, wich straightens the HD-curve.
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    I disagree with dr5 and I agree with Piu58.

    This film can get a very good contrast if you use it with an appropriate ISO rating and develop with an appropriate developer.

    My best combination is to shoot it @ ISO 25 and develop with Rollei RLS 1+4 : that will give you a revival of APX 25 ! Test it and come back here to tell us !
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