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Thread: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Yes, I do that

    and a good reminder to order more 7X17 and 14X17

    I have cut to as small as Hasselblad sheet film holders

    Quote Originally Posted by Leszek Vogt View Post
    Would it be wiser to get 7x17 and cut into 3 ?....and green to that. At least that might be my strategy....till someone comes up with better plan.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Quote Originally Posted by senderoaburrido View Post
    Ravenranger, is this one of the double-sided emulsion films?

    On an unrelated note, what are people's experiences like stand-developing x-ray with rodinal? I've got some EB/RA to use.
    I have done double (green lat) and single sided (EB/RA) semi-stand (two agitation cycles) in Rodinal, and Pyrocat-HD. Pyrocat-HD was by far the better of the two if extreme sharpness is desired. I used hangers for the double-sided, and BTZS tube for single-sided.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    I have done double (green lat) and single sided (EB/RA) semi-stand (two agitation cycles) in Rodinal, and Pyrocat-HD.
    With Pyrocat which dilution do you use?
    Thx.
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    Here is a 7x17 Ektascan BR/A, cut down from 14x17 (single side stuff). Developed in a 16x20 unicolor drum in HC-110, 1,000ml of water with 5ml syrup. for 15 mins.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    That looks great. Looks like some of Venice Beach I saw last year (not that the different beaches of south Florida have many distinguishing features!).
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    Thanx, its actually in Ncarolina. Shot it yesterday...Processing in a drum makes it easy, but i do find that longer dev times and low dillutions diminishes the streaking, i may go a few minutes longer but i think im at my limit with 5ml of hc-110...overall im happy with my results.

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    You've gotten good results it seems with the HC-110!
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    Here is a 7x17 Ektascan BR/A, cut down from 14x17 (single side stuff). Developed in a 16x20 unicolor drum in HC-110, 1,000ml of water with 5ml syrup. for 15 mins.
    That’s a very nice photo with good tonal range. I’d say your 1:200 dilution worked quite well. What’s interesting is your syrup/810 ratio. Isn’t 6ml/810 the minimum Kodak recommendation? You are at almost half that... but your result speaks for itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheinfluger_77 View Post
    Thatís a very nice photo with good tonal range. Iíd say your 1:200 dilution worked quite well. Whatís interesting is your syrup/810 ratio. Isnít 6ml/810 the minimum Kodak recommendation? You are at almost half that... but your result speaks for itself.
    Yes i was a bit surprised but i was getting some inconsistent streaking with the drum and wanted to go longer times and still keep the temp at 70 degrees. I do use a rotating base and lift it off and about every 2 mins and tilt it side to side...seems to work for me.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I received a pack of Fuji Super HR-U film yesterday. I did a test at EZ Rodinal (by P.Gainer formula). Special thanks to Maxwell Sandford for help.
    A little higher contrast than I wanted, most likely due to the agitation mode (30 seconds at the beginning and 10 seconds every minute). But the film met all expectations.
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