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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

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    Nice.
    Inspiring.
    Its twice as long and a bit hotter than mass dev chart reccomends.
    Some kind of semi stand development?

    Mass Dev not correct values 800iso.
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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

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    As in Shells thread, but with a bit more contrast
    lovely grays! en quite a DOF for such LF macro work!
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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    This is Arista 400 Ultra, hope it counts for the Foma thread!
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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

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    With the rising cost of film and the many fine examples posted in this thread, I figured it's time to try Fomapan 100.


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    Wista RF, CM Fujinon W 135mm, Fomapan 100, D-23
    What dev time did you settle on for the Fomapan in D23 and was it rotary processing ?
    The details is superb in this

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Quote Originally Posted by IanBarber View Post
    What dev time did you settle on for the Fomapan in D23 and was it rotary processing ?
    The details is superb in this
    Thanks.

    I do inversion development with a DIY agitation machine, AgOmatic II, in a daylight tank much like you would with 120 roll film. In fact most D-76, 120 roll development times are very good starting points with my sheet film setup using D-23. So I looked around and decided on 10:00 @ 21C/70F for a 1:1 dilution using an Ilford agitation profile.

    My first tank I shot some grey cards placed at Zone 1, 5 and Zone 8 plus a shot of the backyard foliage metered at EI 100. First results were good. Zone 1 came in at a density of 0.08/0.09, zone 5 at 0.65/0.68 and zone 8 at 1.28. I target a diffusion enlarger density range. The posted picture is my second tank also at 10:00 per above. So I'm using that for now. I hope that's helpful.
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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Thanks.

    I do inversion development with a DIY agitation machine, AgOmatic II, in a daylight tank much like you would with 120 roll film. In fact most D-76, 120 roll development times are very good starting points with my sheet film setup using D-23. So I looked around and decided on 10:00 @ 21C/70F using an Ilford agitation profile.

    My first tank I shot some grey cards placed at Zone 1, 5 and Zone 8 plus a shot of the backyard foliage metered at EI 100. First results were good. Zone 1 came in at a density of 0.08/0.09, zone 5 at 0.65/0.68 and zone 8 at 1.28. I target a diffusion enlarger density range. The posted picture is my second tank also at 10:00 per above. So I'm using that for now. I hope that's helpful.

    Thanks, very helpful indeed. I was interested in D23 because I have never used it with Fomapan but looking at this I might now give it a try

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    Neat machine. How are the sheets of film held in the tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Thanks.

    I do inversion development with a DIY agitation machine, AgOmatic II, in a daylight tank much like you would with 120 roll film. In fact most D-76, 120 roll development times are very good starting points with my sheet film setup using D-23. So I looked around and decided on 10:00 @ 21C/70F using an Ilford agitation profile.

    My first tank I shot some grey cards placed at Zone 1, 5 and Zone 8 plus a shot of the backyard foliage metered at EI 100. First results were good. Zone 1 came in at a density of 0.08/0.09, zone 5 at 0.65/0.68 and zone 8 at 1.28. I target a diffusion enlarger density range. The posted picture is my second tank also at 10:00 per above. So I'm using that for now. I hope that's helpful.

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

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    Neat machine. How are the sheets of film held in the tank?
    Thanks.

    The link shows a picture of a double 120 roll film tank. I have an adapter that holds both a HP CombiPlan T tank and a Stearman Press SP-445 tank that I use. AgOmatic has a stepper motor in it. I can program all kinds of agitation profiles.

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Quote Originally Posted by IanBarber View Post
    ... I was interested in D23 because I have never used it with Fomapan but looking at this I might now give it a try
    My bad. I forgot to mention that was D-23 at 1:1.

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    Re: Fomapan 100, 200 and 400

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Thanks.

    The link shows a picture of a double 120 roll film tank. I have an adapter that holds both a HP CombiPlan T tank and a Stearman Press SP-445 tank that I use. AgOmatic has a stepper motor in it. I can program all kinds of agitation profiles.
    That AgOmatic sounds very interesting.
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