Wonderfull for red windows. Ilford Delta roll film Content 1 piece. When Fotokemika stopped production in Croatia, Efke and Adox branded films ended. From the Glamis Castle website. Still, it’s there and you can see it in frames 50 and 52 on this pic below which is a “contact sheet” actually a D shot of the negatives against a computer monitor. The structure of grain is so creamy but not too weak and you can control them easily with a type of developer. Grain looks very reasonable under the grain magnifier. Analogue film is the beating heart of every analogue camera.
I can only suggest you snip a bit off a film and do a test. I’ll pick up a few rolls next month and see how it compares to my memory of APX From the Glamis Castle website. I’ll do some blow-ups for the review. The film is made from two separate emulsions in a single layer coating and yields a very large exposure latitude. I can’t wait for the next post and often check daily looking for an update. Thank you for this great blog. Why try to compete with so many other films of around that speed?
I am glad this is back and looking forward to trying in in and 5 x 7. To this end I picked up an old Russian actually Ukranian folder with a surprisingly nice lens. Pulling a film is maybe a good idea if you live in California but in dreich and damp Scotland, where we still sacrifice sheep nightly in adx hope the sun will shine the next day, a huge contrast range is normally not a problem.
Fomapan Creative roll film Content 1 piece. And the large area means I can use a contrasty developer such as R09 without worrying that the grain will become excessive.
Rollei CN roll film Content 1 piece. They missed a trick. I get similar bleeding with tmax depending on the density of edge highlights. Why try to compete with so many other films of around that speed? Everything for the darkroom – a good value home laboratory. I loved the old CHS films so I’m looking forward to giving this stuff a go.
Love the one looking down the stairwell, and the section from the vertical. There was a light mist or some low lying clouds over the hills and, since I can’t resist a bit of atmosphere, I got the OM2 out with the 50mm f2 macro for the first one and the 24mm Zuiko for the other. I wonder how good is the new soup you are using, the only think that I don’t like of it is that appears slow down your film sensitivity.
The film is made from two separate emulsions in a single layer coating and yields a very large exposure latitude.
ADOX CHS 100 II 120 Medium Format Film
If I may I’d ask you how did you find printing the highlights out side the window in the second picture, did they come out easily or took a heavy burning procedure?. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Would love to have some clear base similar film in ASA flavor.
Indeed this film and developer combination is giving out what looks adequate shadow detail at box speed. Grain is a very personal thing and while some people like it by the shovel-load, others will take it rolp fed from a pipette.
The structure of grain is so creamy but not too weak and you can control them easily with a type of developer.
I am in USA and can order it from Freestyle.
Adox CHS: The love affair continues | The Online Darkroom
What that means in practical terms is that it’s hardly visible on the 6×9 enlargements I was making and would be noticeable but far from objectionable at 8x Scenes in Florida are often quite contrasty. Compared to modern emulsions, the two-part single-layer emulsion offers greater separation between tones while maintaining a wide overall exposure latitude. Impossible Color SX instant film 8 exposures Content 1 piece. Bergger Panchro roll film Content 1 piece. In US, it is twice more expensive than other competitors and you should wonder if it’s worth it.
ADOX CHS 100 Typ II
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Some nice photos there, Bruce. Grain looks very reasonable under the grain magnifier. I’m with Jan, and I think it is the greater dynamic range. I’ve no complaints where sharpness is concerned, either. My late dad used to shoot Adox slides in the s and there daox a few of me when no more than a toddler that I’ll keep in reserve with the threat of publication if readers don’t start leaving comments again!
Looking forward to trying this in 5×7. Ilford FP4 roll film Content 1 piece. I think the “old” version of this eilm was also Efke Good looking stuff, thanks for the review.
I know it isn’t the way to do it, as I use adxo normal development time, but it seems to work. I can only suggest you snip a bit off a film and do a test.
Thank you Bruce for this promising review.
The emulsion is perfect for the old lenses.