Quote Originally Posted by msbarnes View Post
I ordered a can of fp4+ and a few rolls of panf+.

fp4+ sounds like a safer bet but panf+ still interests me. I'll see how it goes.
You can try to shoot Pan F at 25 ASA and develop it in your Xtol or Rodinal (1+50 or 1+100) for 25-30% less time than recommended for 50 ASA. That should tame the contrast and you'll get more details in the shadows. It's a wonderful film.