Quote Originally Posted by Chris Lange View Post
APX is a strange animal that is available to some, and not to others. I have a small nest-egg of frozen APX25 that I acquired in the past two months, as well as a brick or two of APX 100. I find 100 exposed at ASA64 and devved in Rodinal 1:50 is a really wonderful combination.
I'm happy to hear you have a stash of the APX-25. Northstar5150, this is a "no-longer-produced" film which people have private stashes of the old stuff. It is always a pleasure to shoot, develop and print the very slowest fine-grain film, when you want to see what black and white photography can deliver.

Chris, I also find my APX-100 speed is between 64 and 80. It's nice to hear a corroborating tale.