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    I have just ran 3 rolls so far....
    I ran Rodinal 1+50 12min @18C
    Agitating the 1st 30 seconds and then once every minute (I use a Paterson tank so I just shake it a few seconds)
    Water stop, rapid fixer

    I'll try to get some scans on the weekend or sometime next week.
    I liked the sharpness and the contrast.



    Quote Originally Posted by bjorke
    How are you running the Acros? I haven't liked my Rodinal+Acros results, it's a prime reason why I keep Xtol around (which looks GREAT w/Acros, imo).
    Mama took my APX away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Long live the revolution ... long live the Rodinal !!!
    Please remember the stories in the Bible.

    Jesus did a lot of stuff with Rodinal.

    • He walked on Rodinal
    • He turned water into Rodinal so he could develop the films he exposed at the wedding in Kana
    • He cured the leper man with Rodinal 1+50
    • The last supper was in fact the last souper


    Furthermore he experimented with CROSS processing, but he never really succeeded...

    Morten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Hawley
    Leica would be the one to conduct such a survey. BTW, how is the efficiency of a developer measured? And how is the graininess measured?

    How can I post these pdf's here? The best way to answer this and the others' questions is to post the article. The details of how the survey was conducted are explained therein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hoskinson
    Data? Where? Certainly not in this table!
    Welcome to my ignore list, Hans.
    Well, that's your choice. Don't get confused by the facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjorke
    Finer grain is not always the goal. If it was I'd gladly shoot larger formats or digital for everything.

    I'm curious about this reported survey -- is this the Leica Fotografie test from the late 1960's? I know Erwin Puts was singing the praises of Rodinal for low-speed films in that very magazine just in the past couple of years....
    From 1968. The Leica Fotografie article is very thorough.

    Why not try to get the best possible results from any given format?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansbeckert
    From 1968. The Leica Fotografie article is very thorough.

    Why not try to get the best possible results from any given format?
    Hans - We are getting the best using Rodinal as we use it because we love the results. The best for our pictures is what we like not what you think we should like based on what you read in magazines!

    Morten - Watch out for the lightning it may fog your negatives

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Morten - Watch out for the lightning it may fog your negatives
    Which lightning...? Multiblitz flash heads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Which lightning...? Multiblitz flash heads?
    Morten LOL I prefer natural light whenever possible, can't have flasing in front of those nice innocent gothic models now can we

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Hans - We are getting the best using Rodinal as we use it because we love the results. The best for our pictures is what we like not what you think we should like based on what you read in magazines!

    Morten - Watch out for the lightning it may fog your negatives

    I though I mentioned that I had used it along with many others. My comments are not based on the magazine. I brought that up because somebody said that this was merely my own opinion. Was that not clear?

    The point is that Rodinal's reputation is not warranted by its performance. Many other developers outperform Rodinal in the very areas for which it is praised. Rodinal is actually a rather primitive product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansbeckert
    Rodinal is actually a rather primitive product.
    So is sex, milk and cookies but I still enjoy all of it!



 

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