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    Thanks for the reply. It is for some contrast masking experiments, so ortho is ideal so I can work under a dim red safelight. Also since this is for a specifc type of mask, a short, high contrast curve is what I'm looking for. So I basically wanted the finest grained, highest contrast ortho film. It seems like ATO will be the right one, but I decided to order some Ortho 25 as well.

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    I don't have anything to add, I'd just like to know where you get these films?

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    I ordered them from Freestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    I ordered them from Freestyle.
    Oh, so I suppose postage to the UK would be a lot then, nevermind... back to google

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    Try macodirect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ath View Post
    Try macodirect.
    I already did and the price is a bit high + postage to the UK is, well, you know.

    found a place in the UK that's about the same price
    "firstcall-photographic" if anyone's interested

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    Here's one in Agfa copex rapid 25@25, developed in rodinal 1:100, 20m:







    Is it the atp 1.1 opr the ato 2.1 that substitute or is more like the agfa copex? ANd then I found this http://www.slw.pt/pt/laboratorio/pel...xposicoes.html that I think it may be one of those films re-brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhodes View Post
    Here's one in Agfa copex rapid 25@25, developed in rodinal 1:100, 20m:


    Is it the atp 1.1 opr the ato 2.1 that substitute or is more like the agfa copex?
    No, all three films are completely different animals.

    Agfa Copex Rapid: Microfilm from Agfa-Gevaert, current production. Panchromatic film. Clear base.
    ISO 32 - 40 with the dedicated Spur Modular UR New developer (part A1 + part B).
    Best high resolution film developer combination I have ever used (and I am using these films since 1985, started with Kodak Tech Pan). Excellent tonality and detail rendition.
    My prints from 35mm Agfa Copex Rapid / Spur Modular UR New are surpassing my 6x6 medium format FP4+, RPX 100 and APX 100 prints.

    Rollei ATP: Technical Pan film from Agfa-Gevaert, current production. Superpanchromatic film. Blue-grey base.
    Recommended developer ATP DC A/B (new, improved stuff).

    Rollei ATO: Lith film, orthochromatic (former sold as Maco Genius film). Made by Fotokemika.

    These films have all their own character and look.

    Best regards,
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    Thank you Henning!

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    Dear Henning,

    could you give a recommendation for using ATO 2.1 for use with normal tonality? Can I use SPUR developer for that film? Thank you in advance.
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