Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
Well, your excellent test throws my theory right out the window. I'm glad I was wrong.

It would be interesting to see a test where a roll of film is kept in the same camera, and the exact same picture (studio, obviously) taken once per week on the same roll, meaning 36 weeks to finish it, and then process to see the results.
That would be interesting. I'd maybe suggest every ten days so as to lengthen the timeframe a little.

I will note that the edgeprinting on PanF+ is never as intense as with HP5 or FP4 (tho I don't shoot much FP4 these days)

PanF+ is one of my main films, as the slowest pan emulsion in ready supply I expect it will remain so for a very long time.