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08-01-2010, 05:51 PM   #16
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I recently had a couple rolls of Efke 100 ISO negative film run through the dr5 Chrome process and the results are very similar to the Efke 50 that I tried earlier. Sorry no scans to show, but the results are also very good.

After I finish my supply of Efke 50 & 100, I’m going to try some Infrared film. I’m looking at Ilford SFX 200 and Rollei IR 400 as test subjects.

Still the best b&w film that I have run through the dr5 Chrome process is Fomapan R 100, it's a true reversal film that can only be developed using this method.
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I have developed a pushed Scala (1600iso) as negative in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus 31min @21C continuous rolling.





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There is also Rollei Slide Direct (Agfa Copex Direct)...

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QuoteOriginally posted by fs999 Quote
I have developped a pushed Scala (1600iso) as negative in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus 31min @21C continues rolling.





There is also Rollei Slide Direct (Agfa Copex Direct)...
Very nice, I really like the second Rollei Slide Direct shot.

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Good news DR5 Chrome are up and running again after the "big" move:

dr5 Film Lab - dr5-B&W-slide - B&W-negative - C41 - E6 - Film Processing World Wide

I can now use the Agfa Scala & Adox Silvermax that I have been saving and have b&w slides again.

Yippee!

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Just looking at their list of films recommended for reversal processing.
I have some Ilford HP5+ which they say is popular among dr5 users.
But this might be my excuse to finally try some ADOX Silvermax film.

That said I dislike being forced to choose between positives and negatives. I like having transparencies I can project.
But if mounted I can't use them with my Pakon scanner, and I can't print them on conventional paper in my darkroom.

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That said I dislike being forced to choose between positives and negatives. I like having transparencies I can project.
The best is to use films on PET base, they are totally clear... You have Rollei Retro 80S, 400S, RPX 25, IR 400, R3 and Fomapan 100 amongst other...
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