Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
Well, not like HP5+ will not work but unless you have a lot of artificial lighting illuminating the buildings and landscape your may well be at 8-10min or longer for EACH image to make up for the reciprocity failure. That can make for some LONG and boring night shooting. My strong recommendation on the Acros was due to the nice wide tonal range I get from seeingly contrasty night scenes and the much shorter exposure time needed. I also think Acros will prove much more forgiving in terms of exposure and development.

I appreciate that, but HP5 is all I will have. I have plenty of time, so long exposures are not a problem. And I'm not too concerned about wide tonal range for my subject matter, I'm more concerned about getting some snap in the more poorly lit ones.