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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    I've used D-76 with green sensitive xray film, it works just fine. Xray film is easily scratched, though, so handle with kid gloves, or perhaps baggies.

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    i just found a chinese site that has 8x10 for .17 a sheet...
    Do you have a link?

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Do anybody know any place to make orders about x-ray films here in Europe?

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Two quick 8x10 self portraits I did with Fuji 100NIF Xray last night.


    Exposed at 100ISO, developed in Diafine


    Exposed at 100ISO, developed in HC-110
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by K. Praslowicz View Post
    Two quick 8x10 self portraits I did with Fuji 100NIF Xray last night.


    Exposed at 100ISO, developed in Diafine


    Exposed at 100ISO, developed in HC-110
    These look pretty good. There seems to be a number of types of 100 NIF emulsions.

    Are any of these designations on the film? (No, I don't know what they mean, I just found them with Google.)


    AX(Q-AX) 
    MG-SR(G-S) 
    C Type (Q-CT)
    He-Ne Laser Image Film
    LP-670T (QHN-670T)
    Mammography Film
    CM-H (Q-CMH)

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Batchelor View Post
    These look pretty good. There seems to be a number of types of 100 NIF emulsions.

    Are any of these designations on the film? (No, I don't know what they mean, I just found them with Google.)
    http://www.zzmedical.com/zencart/8x1...ilm-p-384.html T2 Blue RX is what I'm using.
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    I have used the Fuji blue x ray film the higher speed stuff (Fuji RX Full Speed Blue Film)and shot it at 800 then developed it in Diafine with Saran wrap in the bottom of the trays to prevent scratches, with excellent results. I tried shooting it at 200 its supposed speed and developing with HC110 mixture B and it came out like crap. Too too dark. Has anyone tried this with Hc110 and got good results?

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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by camerabrain View Post
    I have used the Fuji blue x ray film the higher speed stuff and shot it at 800 then developed it in Diafine with Saran wrap in the bottom of the trays to prevent scratches, with excellent results. I tried shooting it at 200 its supposed speed and developing with HC110 mixture B and it came out like crap. Too too dark. Has anyone tried this with Hc110 and got good results?
    I've been getting good results with HC-100 in studio portraits. Dilution H at 68 degrees w rotary processing.
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    Quote Originally Posted by camerabrain View Post
    I tried shooting it at 200 its supposed speed and developing with HC110 mixture B and it came out like crap. Too too dark. Has anyone tried this with Hc110 and got good results?
    Also, just to make sure, you aren't judging the negative density without stripping off the back layer of emulsion are you?
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    Re: X-ray Film example and comparison.

    I always found that B was too "hot" for [forTriX]
    Dilute it more if you can't cut development time.
    "its supposed speed"- is a starting point, not a standard
    Strip or don't strip, but if it's not boiler plate [assuming "too dark" means a dense neg, not a print from a very thin neg] try a print to see what you really have

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