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Old July 3rd 20, 01:04 PM posted to rec.photo.darkroom
Zappi
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Default Bergger Pancro 400 @ 200 ASA

Good morning / afternoon / evening everyone,

I've just loaded a 35mm cassette of Bergger's Pancro 400 ASA B&W into my
Canon AE-1 with the light meter set to 200 EI / ASA with the intent to
either pull or overexpose. In everyone's experience, would Pancro look
perfectly fine overexposed a stop, or is it best to develop for 200 ASA
times? I'm using either Ilfosol 3 or Kodak D-76 for reference.

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Old July 5th 20, 07:23 PM posted to rec.photo.darkroom
Dimitris Tzortzakakis
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Default Bergger Pancro 400 @ 200 ASA

Στις 3/7/2020 3:04 μ.μ., ο Zappi *γραψε:
Good morning / afternoon / evening everyone,

I've just loaded a 35mm cassette of Bergger's Pancro 400 ASA B&W into my
Canon AE-1 with the light meter set to 200 EI / ASA with the intent to
either pull or overexpose. In everyone's experience, would Pancro look
perfectly fine overexposed a stop, or is it best to develop for 200 ASA
times? I'm using either Ilfosol 3 or Kodak D-76 for reference.

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https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchar...&TimeUnit s=D
https://www.digitaltruth.com/devchar...=C&TimeUnits=D
I don't know if you know that useful site it has all possible info about
developing film. I usually prefer Id 11 to d 76 as it has longer shelf
life. I bought among other things a bottle of TMax developer that
expired in 2014 but it's as good as new!(It was sealed).In fact during
my first run of 2 FP4 @ TMax I overdeveloped, because I thought its
strength would be diminished. AS your Bergger @ 400 if you need the
speed of 400 ISO go for it.I strongly recommend you shoot in its nominal
ISO.
 




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