Does anyone have a reciprocity table for Efke films?
Robert M. Teague
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I have no idea where I got it, but I've always used 1s = 1.5 stop, 10s=3 stop, 100s =4 stop with Efke PL100 successfully. I hope this helps.
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Got this from a friend who uses alot of Efke 100 sheet film:
Exposure Given (All times in seconds)
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