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    adox chs 100 @ 1600 ISO...what to do?

    I think it was not a great idea, but now the roll is shot, what do I do?

    At home I have: Rodinal, Neofin Blue, d-76, perceptol.

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    Throw it away. 4 stops underexposed is not fixable at all. I wouldn't waste the time to even develop it, really.
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    Hmmm, that's a helluva underexposure. You'd think Rodinal at 25 minutes or something might pull some images out. Who knows, never tried it that far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
    Hmmm, that's a helluva underexposure. You'd think Rodinal at 25 minutes or something might pull some images out. Who knows, never tried it that far.
    Ok I'll try. 1+?

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    You might want to learn how the negs will look at 4 stops under and enjoy the experience/ education of trying to print from the best of them. It won't cost a great deal to process the negs. Have a look at them then decide what to do.

    There should be a few suggestions as to which of the developers you have, will be the best and what processing regime will have the best chance.

    If Kodak 3200 has a real speed of 1000 but acceptable prints can be made at an EI of 12,500 then there might be some chance of something coming out. Treat it as a learning experience, expect nothing at all from the negs and treat anything more than nothing as a bonus.

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    I pushed Adox 25 4 stops and they were not printable.. Had to toss the negatives..

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    You could develop it in Dektol or some other paper developer. You may get more of a lith negative as a result. Worth a try.

    What type of lighting was the film shot under? If it was higher contrast lighting I think you may get some interesting negatives.
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    That is have of hell a difference. Give up!

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    Yeah give up.

    In the old days I think some folks used HC110 replinisher to push Tri-X to something like 25,000 but as far as I know it's not even available anymore.

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    Go ahead and figure out the development time for +5, not like you'll blow out the high lights, then get some help on dpug to scan them.

    Scanners, despise them or not, can get image out of almost airy thinness.

    At worst you get nothing, which is the same as you get by giving up.
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