Kodak T400CN & Rodinal 1:50
On 28/06/2015 23:23, Thor Lancelot Simon wrote:
In article ,
Matteo Prezioso wrote:
On Tuesday, June 16, 2015 at 11:45:27 AM UTC-5, Dennis Boone wrote:
I have just finished shooting a 120mm roll of Kodak T400CN (expired
2011, but we'll leave this to that,) and look forward to home
develop it with Agfa Rodinal. I still haven't finished my 1:50 batch,
hence wondering if anyone has tried those two, that is (once again)
Afga Rodinal (1:50) with Kodak T400CN. Basically, I am interested
in knowing what the (suggested) developing time is.
Um, TC400CN is a C-41 process film, isn't it?
Yes, I'm aware of that. And you can process with B&W chemicals any C-41
film you want, color and b&w. Hence my question.
Yes, but what you're trying to do is utterly stupid. Because the kind-
hearted don't _generally_ suggest that other people do utterly stupid
things, you are unlikely to get a "(suggested) developing time" from
someone who isn't just trying to **** with you.
If you want images from that film, process it as C-41.
I know this thread is a bit old, and you have probably sorted out the
film by now, but I would be interested to know the results.
The reason for me asking is that I was looking today at the "devchart"
at www.digitaltruth.com, and noticed that it lists developing times in
D76 (among others) for Ilford XP2 and Kodak BW400CN - which I thought
were both chromogenic films only suitable for C41 process.
Have I missed something ?
(I have about a dozen out of date T400CN in the bottom of my fridge as well)
This is a very useful topic for those involved in product photography!
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