Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
Hot and fast and tough will most probably apply to medical films too.
Ecxept for dental films I guess the majority of medical films are designed for use with fluorescent srcreens.
I further guess in industrial use there will be less employment of screens which will result in different emulsion design.


I somehow overlooked your post... You said it all.

However industrial films will need more likely less speed than medical films. Thus an unsensitized industrial film could be less grainy than an unsensitized medical film.
speaking of dental films, anybody ever play with Kodak T-Mat film? I have a box of 8x10 and 6x12 here, wondering where to start....