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    Hi IC Racer, did you have a chance to use ORWO UN-54 and did you make any enlargements or scans from your test of N74 so far? I processed just quick test with N74 in Rodinal 1:50 and HC10 (1:60). So far I didn't run any comparison tests yet with Kodak and Agfa APX100 films I'm using most often.
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    Not yet, still working on the last of a 100ft roll of Tri-x. Probably only on or two rolls left. I'm anxious to try it out.

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    Tom Abrahamsson posted 13 pictures taken on N-74 at:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/rapidwi...n/photostream/

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    Has anyone a starting point for ORWO UN-54 in XTOL?

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    Hi kb3lms,
    With UN-54 I used original Agfa Rodinal 1:50, 20C, 13min (2 inversions each minute) but I fell it can be bit shorter next time, 11.5min or so. Highlights look little bit dense but it scanned beautifully on my scanner.
    With HC110, I used Dilution H (1:3+1:15) 7min 20C (2 inversions each minute) and this one also can be shorter, next time lets say 6min.
    I hope you can figure your starting points from there.
    I'm planning to try it with Xtol 1:1 in next few days.
    Stay tuned!

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    Thanks! I am anxious to try it out but I am a little slowed down with my busted foot keeping me out of the darkroom. Maybe tomorrow I can rearrange enough stuff to let me hobble around in there.

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    How well would you think it would perform with reversal?

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    Where did you get the film?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorbas View Post
    Hi kb3lms,
    With UN-54 I used original Agfa Rodinal 1:50, 20C, 13min (2 inversions each minute) but I fell it can be bit shorter next time, 11.5min or so. Highlights look little bit dense but it scanned beautifully on my scanner.
    With HC110, I used Dilution H (1:3+1:15) 7min 20C (2 inversions each minute) and this one also can be shorter, next time lets say 6min.
    I hope you can figure your starting points from there.
    I'm planning to try it with Xtol 1:1 in next few days.
    Stay tuned!
    13 minutes is way too long for UN-54 in Rodinal 1+50. Try it at about 8 minutes.
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    Hi pschauss,
    You are right! It's to long. I did another run or UN-54 at 10min with Rodinal 1:50 at 20 and it can be shorter to. So I'm getting closer to your time. My starting point was APX-100 and I run that film 12.5 or 13 min in Rodinal.
    My last run was in Xtol 1:1 for 8min 20C and I'm very happy with results. Maybe I can cut it to 7min or less but also I would like to drop speed to 50 or 64 iso. Pictures are at:http://flic.kr/s/aHsjxscdGt


    Hi mrred,
    You can order film here:
    http://www.orwona.com/b-w-motion-picture-camera-films/
    UN-54 has pretty clear grey base. Sorry, no densitometer here to give you B+F value. I did BW reversal processing years ago with EFKE KB50 and ORWO reversal recipe 9home made) it was very nice film for it. I don't think I will run another reversal processing with this ORWO stock.

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