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[filmscanners] RE: Good scanner for B&W



Hi Joe,

> Can you give me some advice on good film types/dev? I have been shooting
> T-Max 100, dev in D-76 1:1, 68c in a Jobo Expert Drum, hand inversion. The
> shooting is 70% studio, 30% outdoors.

I have been using Tri-X and Plus-X, D-76 1:1, and really love the results.
I also have tried Delta 100 and it's quite nice too in D-76 1:1.  I do not
like the TMAX films at all, but I am experimenting with XTOL a bit these
days, and using it for Neopan 1600 (35mm) and Delta 3200 (120).

I also shoot Tri-X at 800 and develop it in D-76 1:1, but I prefer Neopan in
XTOL, mostly because it has less grain and the tonality is OK...

Regards,

Austin

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