Sheet CP400+Rodinal

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John_Brewer

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I've found the results really flat with the dev times given on the MasDevChart and on http://www.fotoimpex.de/Technik/Classicfilm/classicfilm.html with Rodinal. Like most films I know the ISO needs tweaking to individual lightmeters, developing times and other personal idiosycrasies but this box seems way out.

I'd be interested in anyone who use sheet CP400 and Rodinal, their ISO rating and development methods.

I am asuming that the UK CP400 is the same stuff as the USA CP400...
 

jandc

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John_Brewer said:
I've found the results really flat with the dev times given on the MasDevChart and on http://www.fotoimpex.de/Technik/Classicfilm/classicfilm.html with Rodinal. Like most films I know the ISO needs tweaking to individual lightmeters, developing times and other personal idiosycrasies but this box seems way out.

I'd be interested in anyone who use sheet CP400 and Rodinal, their ISO rating and development methods.

I am asuming that the UK CP400 is the same stuff as the USA CP400...

Rodinal probably isn't the best choice for getting full speed out of this film. I assume you used the 1:25 dilution. We recommend 8 minutes at 1:25.
 
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