I have been having trouble getting it right with the J&C200 and Rodinal combination.
A couple of weeks ago I ordered a set of 120 rolls of the J&C200 hoping that $1.69 per roll would be enough to make gorgeous negatives.
Agfa Rodinal in higher dilutions has been my choice of developer mainly because it works so well with Efke and Agfa films, plus I like the one-shot formula.
So, I have a lot of Rodinal on the shelf, and a little bit of film that I can't figure out.
My best batch of negs have been exposed at ISO100, then developed in Rodinal 1+50 @ 68*F for 13 minutes. They are still a little dense, but otherwise a good set of tones. It also looks very sharp. Does that mean I have to develop longer?
Saint Paul, MN