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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

    Hello again, everybody.

    I did not quite like the results i got with the Agfa UV-G x-ray film, so i sliced down 2 more 14x17 sheets into 12 5x7.

    In some of them, i did 2 or 3 exposures on the same photo by moving the dark slide a bit more each time.

    I will write down how much time i did on each exposure, for example 2+2+4 seconds , meaning that the last exposure got all 8 seconds.

    Something happened during development with 3 and 4. I cutted them a tiny bit too long and they bended in the hangers.

    IMPORTANT CHANGE: i did the development with Rodinal 1+100, this time at 35 celcius ( 95 Fahrenheit) as recommended in the Agfa page.

    Here are the results:

    1- 1+1+2 seconds. measured at iso 25-Lens RF-240 f/5.6
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    2- 2+2+4 seconds - Lens RF-240 f/5.6
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    3- 1+5 seconds -Lens RF-240 f/11
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    4- 3+7 seconds - Lens RF-240 f/11
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    5- 4 seconds measured at iso 12 - Lens RF-240 f/5.6
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    6- 1/2 seconds - iso 6 - Lens RF-240 f/8
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    7- 15 seconds - E. Francais f/10 iso 6
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    8- 4 seconds- E. Francais f/10 iso 25
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    9- 2+2 seconds - Euryscope f/6 - iso 25
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    10- 3+5 seconds- Euryscope f/6 - iso 25
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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    and last 2 following the previous post.


    11- 3 seconds - Euryscope f/6 - iso 12
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    12- 4 + 10 seconds - Euryscope f/6 - iso 6-
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    I hope this helps. As always, comments, opinions and recommendations are very welcome.

    Thanks, and a great day for everybody!

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

    Hello to all,

    I'm starting shooting on Agfa CP-GU. I need an advice on a starting developing combo. I shoot few sheets at iso 25.
    My idea is to use HC110 in 1+63. Temperature will be around 25°C (hot summer, no way to lower the water temperature).
    What could it be a good time? 6 minutes?

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

    Yes, try 6 minutes

    Some have tried to to find the least amount of one shot Rodinol, I use 10ml per 80 sq inches at 1/100 7 minutes 68F

    Too short a time will yield this

    3 810 2-1 Macro by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I have said this before, all Medical X-Ray is more similar that not

    It has to be, or Medical users would go nuts

    Industrial X-Ray is way more expensive and SPECIAL
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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Ektascan br/a single sided, dev. in D23 1:3 for 12 mins. Gentle agitation for the first 30 sec then 10 sec. every min. I use the SP-8X10 tray with the hold down tabs removed. Click image for larger version. 

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

    It tried developing 11x14 double sided Fuji HR-U green in my Jobo print drum today and was pleasantly surprised that I didn't get marks or scratches from the ribs on the interior of the drum. This was great because I don't have room for three trays and was doing single tray processing with less than adequate results. I'm so grateful the freshly manufactured film (my latest box purchased last week has a 12/2024 expiry date) is still available. I bought it from ZZ Medical.

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

    Wonderful!

    Quote Originally Posted by cp_photo View Post
    It tried developing 11x14 double sided Fuji HR-U green in my Jobo print drum today and was pleasantly surprised that I didn't get marks or scratches from the ribs on the interior of the drum. This was great because I don't have room for three trays and was doing single tray processing with less than adequate results. I'm so grateful the freshly manufactured film (my latest box purchased last week has a 12/2024 expiry date) is still available. I bought it from ZZ Medical.
    Tin Can

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

    Makiflex Auto 270 Tele Arton Mammo 9x12cm MicX by Nokton48, on Flickr

    18x24 Kodak Mammography MINR film cut down to four 9x12cm's. Sinar Norma film holders, Plaubel Makiflex with 4x5 Adapter Back. 270 Auto Tele-Arton Yellow filter. Broncolor Portrait lighting. Microdol-X Legacy developer 12 mins 73F. 8x10 RC #2 Arista Dektol 1:2 dev. Handheld camera
    Flikr Photos Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/18134483@N04/

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    Makiflex 150 F2.8 Auto Xenotar MINR Mammo by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Foxglove on the back deck. Plaubel Makiflex with 150mm F2.8 Schneider Auto iris Xenotar lens wide open. 4X Neutral density filter added. Kodak MINR Mammography Film 18x24cm, cut down into four 9x12cm's. Microdol-X Legacy Developer 12 minutes at 74F. Aristo #2 RC 8x10 print, Omega DII laser aligned 180mm black Rodagon, Dektol dev 1:2. Handheld which I have been doing with Makiflexes a bit.
    Flikr Photos Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/18134483@N04/

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