Finest grained B&W ASA 100 Films?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Photographers Communicating : One Thread
I am developing and printing my own B&W photos. I am used to Ilford FP4 and HP5. I am looking for the ASA 100 film with the finest grain and best sharpness for maximum enlargement. I am looking for 35mm as well as 120. Also advise the best suited developer for these films.
Is Kodak Technical Pan still the best in the slower speeds?
Thank you Chris Hattingh
-- Chris Hattingh (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 03, 2000
have you tried h and w control film?
-- DANIEL RICHARD (echymosis@AOL.COM), March 29, 2000.
try using,agfa apx 100 and develop in agfa rodinal 1:25 for 8 minutes but most importantly make sure you use a decent enlarging lens!! try rodenstock rodagon 50mm(for 35mm)and 80mm(for 645,66,67) WWW.FOTOARTE.NET
-- sean anderson (email@example.com), October 05, 2000.
Supposedly fuji is coming out with a very fine grain 100 asa b/w film or has come out with it already. Check local camera shops.
-- Jim Esslinger (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 13, 2002.