I'll show you up the result maybe tomorrow, if I'm coming back home from Rome Early....
in case I'm not here tomorrow, I'll be post result in a few days maximum...
Here I attached 5 jpeg from the negatives I developed yesterday. I use the next film at 50 iso, and I developed the 5 sheets in pyro abc 184.108.40.206, for 4-7-10-13-16 minutes, in tray.
The film I think have a good response to pyro, the highlight are clean with details and not blocked, the shadow zone are deep but with details, the middle zone are nice and smooth.
No scratches on emulsion appear.
Sorry for the bad quality of jpg, but my scanner dosen't work, and I use my iphone....
The negatives are better that you see in the jpg, and for my use with lodima, the negative at 10 minutes is very nice.
Do you have any information for us about the reciprocity failure of this film? I couldn't find it in the data sheet or the website.
Bert from Holland
I'll print these negatives maybe the next week, now I'm a bit busy to prepare an exhibition.
I print all my works on Lodima paper, a silver-chloride paper to contact print, I usually use only this paper.
To know the story of this paper give a look to Micheal A.Smith & Paula Chamlee photographer.
ANTICHE TECNICHE FOTOGRAFICHE – GRUPPO RODOLFO NAMIAS
Wish I could go myself, but an 15 hours drive from Holland to the other side of the Alps is too much for me.
Looks very nice :http://www.theonlinedarkroom.com/201...hs-100-ii.html