Greetings: I searched around on the site a bit looking for comments about slow B&W films but not finding much. I see Efke 25 and Adox 25 mentioned in a few threads. I haven't tried either of these yet. I'm wondering if there are any others... perhaps even some that are slower.
I'm looking for a super slow and super sharp B&W film and would welcome some suggestions. I like to use small apertures and long exposures with moving water to get the flow lines. Works great with IR films and dense IR filters. I also have a Wratten 96 ND filter that I've used at times. Slows things down about 7-stops or so by my experiments.
But just wondering what others have found to be the slowest and sharpest B&W films currently available. Thanks for any suggestions. Bob G.