Quote Originally Posted by dnmilikan
If you are developing these negatives for printing on Azo then the speed should be 200. As one develops to a higher density range the effective film speed increases.

I always found lowering the film speed (ie. more exposure needed) and longer developer times to be better for making negatives which printed nicely in Plt/Pld. But then again I never bothered with densotometers either. If it printed well, then I repeated the same process, if it didn't I adjusted the process.

Your post makes it sound like a higher film speed will give a denser negative. I found this to be opposite of what I experienced.

George Losse