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    I like FP4+ developed in Perceptol (1+0). HP5+ developed in Ilfosol-S was my favorite for a long time, and I would happily default back to it if I started shooting handheld again.
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    i like outdated tri-x (sheet film) and ansco 130 72º 1:5 @ 7 minutes ( i DBI so i don't know the exact time i develop).
    nice tonal separation, contrast and fine grain too.

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    I prefer TriX in Microdol 1:3 ( a classic combination) and APX100 in Rodinal 1:50 for 35mm. For MF and LF I move to Rodinal completely.

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    ONLY ONE 35mm FILM FOR LIFE?

    Tri-X rated 200 developed in Microdol 1:3 for normal and rated 1200 developed in Acufine for low light.

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    Mine would be Ilford Pan F (rated 50) and FP4+ (rated 100) both in Rodinal 1+50 and Ilford HP5+ (rated 400 to 1600) in DD-X 1+4.

    Ok that's 3 films and 2 developers but it depends on the subject and light

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    Ok, you guys....one film??? ?Come on! That's like only having one pair of shoes! Hm... come to think of it... I DO only use one film... I have no idea if it's good, bad or ugly, but I use Delta 100. I'm in the process of testing it's flexibility! I'm a recent convert to Rodinal ("Hi, my name is Jeanette and I use Rodinal"), and I like what I've seen in my first roll.
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    Probably 90% of all my photos (on my site) are made with Efke PL100 and Pyrocat HD. The remaining 10% are with Classic 400 and Pyrocat HD. I have used Efke PL100 in situations of N+2 (SBR 5/6) all the way to N-6 (SBR 13/14). Some have found its recoprocity characteristics to be far from favourable. In my experience that is simply not that case. I have exposed Efke PL100 in non-night photos of up to 10 minutes and the contrast and density are simply superb for AZO contact printing.
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    Was using Delta 100 & HP5 but just discovered Agrfa's APX100.I think the APX would be my choice for 35mm.
    In my beat up old Yashica, it would likely be a Delta. I would leave the choice up to which ever washed up on the beach of the deserted isle with me.
    As for developers, I have only used 3. Ilford S, Ilford HC and what ever was in the container at the night class I took. (I think it was D-76, but was told they switched occasionally). My choice (of the 3) would be Ilford HC.

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    For almost all general roll film shooting I like APX 100 and Rodinal 1:25 or 1:50. PanF+ is also a very nice film. Either film and Rodinal is a great combination.

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    Agfa Scala, rated at ISO 100, processed as a negative film in Rodinal Special (Studional).

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