Originally Posted by ROL
Why wouldn't you just go with Hutchings' recommendations for these films given in the end pages of The Book of Pyro, until you are able to do some film testing of your own?
im afraid i dont have the book of pyro or know anyone who has a copy i can steal
Hutchings says that Pan-F doesn't stain well, but Tmax 100 doesn't either, but I love the look I get with it in PMK, so Pan-F may be good too.
In The Book of Pyro, he gives a time of 7.5 minutes at 70 degrees for Pan-F at EI-32
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