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Thread: ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

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    ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

    When using this (normally High Contrast graphic arts film) as a camera negative film for pictorial photography, what would be the recommended ISO?

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    Re: ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

    Between 5 and 12.

    I use Kodalith Ortho (Type 3 I think) and I rate it at EI 12 if I push, or 6 normally

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    Re: ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Between 5 and 12.

    I use Kodalith Ortho (Type 3 I think) and I rate it at EI 12 if I push, or 6 normally
    And what do you prefer to develop this film in, to get a full tonal range?

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    Re: ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

    Sorry, I should have placed that - I forgot in the hurry before I had some food

    I get Rodinal at 1:100 for full tonal range at 30 minutes or longer with EI6 I think, or 1:50 for 15-20 minutes. I haven't found my perfect times quite yet, which is a pain!

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    Re: ISO for Freestyle APHS Ortho/Litho as camera film?

    I think Jim Galli has some info on this. He has posted a link, perhaps in the lens section. I have played around with Kodalith for general photography. Never really liked what I got, though.

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