Quote Originally Posted by David Hatton View Post
I use fp4 as my standard film but I'm advised by others to use panf - a much slower film. What to do, what to do?
Or try to find something even slower... I don't know if there are any current productions around, but I have a good stash of Ilford Micro-Neg pan that I love for long daytime exposures. Originally an iso6 film, my stash is getting quite old (40+ years) and now measures an iso of 2, while still holding full contrast. On a bright sunny day here in Australia that gives me about a 2 second exposure at f32, 4-5 seconds with a coloured filter. ...if only it was still regularly available!