Substitute Dignan's NCF-41 Bath A for my Bath A.
Originally Posted by chuck94022
I used CD-2, because that's the dry CD salt I have. I was originally playing with CD-2 split bath to develop Vision Print ECP-2 film, I wanted pictorially good results from it because it has grain and sharpness of a ridiculous level and would make a good 35mm landscape film if I could get 'normal' results out of it. ECP-2 film is stable with CD-2, as the ECP-2 developer is CD-2 based.
So now I'm using it, because it's what I have. I want to play with the other controls (The other ingredients besides the CD agent) in Bath A and B in the mean time until I get dry CD-4.
Here is EI 6400 (the only sample) from this roll, I suspect it'd be worse in scenes you typically would reach for such high speed (dim with high contrast lighting/deep shadow and way-off daylight light sources)
Last edited by Athiril; 02-21-2013 at 11:16 PM. Click to view previous post history.