Originally Posted by damonff
Quote Adox website:
"NEW AT PHOTOKINA 2012:
SILVERMAX has an increased silver-content compared to regular films.
This enables him to built up more DMAX and reproduce up to 14 zones in our dedicated SILVERMAX Developer.
This way SILVERMAX catches it all for you: brightest highlights and deepest shaddows.
SILVERMAX is incredibly sharp due to itīs anti-halation layer between the emulsion and the base.
The detail contrast is enhanced by this as well.
SILVERMAX features an extremely fine grain, comparable to tabular-crystal films.
His speed and covering effect comes from the high silver content.
SILVERMAX is coated onto clear triacetate and can be reversal processed.
Made in Germany.
35mm film 135/36
SILVERMAX is only available as a 35mm film and will not be manufactured in other formats."
Last edited by StoneNYC; 12-18-2012 at 01:48 AM. Click to view previous post history.
Reason: I googled silvermax and read up on it... duh!