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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    CSX Green in coffenol - 150mm Konica Hexanon GRII on 8X10.
    I had thrown this under processed neg in the trash after it washed. Dug it out this morning and gave it a scan.


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    I'm really liking some of the things I've been seeing here that have been dipped in some sort of coffee related product.

    Does it still smell like a wet roasted cat?

    I tried it a while back, but it was a little hard to get past the smell.
    Go buy some film, and release the magic.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    CSX Green in coffenol - 150mm Konica Hexanon GRII on 8X10.
    I had thrown this under processed neg in the trash after it washed. Dug it out this morning and gave it a
    I like it!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Out in the country today to get my mind off things.
    300mm Gundlach Radar @ f/16, rear tilt and swing. Fuji green-sensitive film. I think I need to up my development, the highlights are not very good and it was pretty low-contrast before some curves.
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    Lovely frame! I would develop for another minute, rocking the tray the whole 7 minutes. 2 sided negs are THICK so don't be surprised if you can't see them.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Yeah I upped my development a minute to 7 minutes with constant agitation (BTZS tube) for this one. After stripping it's still seems thin, but scanned okay (except for dust on the scanning element, argh). I have been meaning to do some zone testing on this stuff but haven't had time so I'm just experimenting.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Thanks to everyone for posting to this thread. I hope that you are all printing these negatives? It would be nice to see prints!

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hallo X-ray film shooters!
    Is anyone here, I could ask in German language. My English is too poor to express what I want to know about x-ray film and processing.

    Thanks
    George

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    George, your English is probably better then mine...and I have been speaking it for about 50 years.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hello George,
    I am not a native speaker and also quite a newcomer to XRay processing, but if you don't find anyone more experienced in both fields, drop me a PM.
    Website of sorts, as well as ipernity thing.

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    Re: Images shot on X-ray film

    Hi Randy, hallo andrios!

    My questions regarding x-ray film and processing it are as follows:
    Yesterday I visited my PD because of some pain in my knee. He take several X-ray shots of it. In this process I realised that they use some usual technical x-ray film (blue-ish) with very good rendition. I asked the assisting nurse, what kind of film and how she is processing it. She didn`t know the film brand and she told me, that aften the shot she ist throwing the cartridge in a processing mashine anf after a few minutes the film is developed. My idea was (is) to buy some x-ray film (5x7, which is the smallest format in the doctors lab), the nurse is loading it in my filmholders, I take some shots and bring the film to the doctors lab for processing. Would that work? Whats your opinion?

    George
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