- Mar 25, 2019
OT: I "tested" a bunch of Ferrania P30 when they (like Catlabs) had no data aside from some suggested best practices. It was contrasty like Catlabs unless I exposed it at iso50 or below, and at those speeds it worked in a way that could be scanned or wet printed without too much difficulty. But for me it was an expensive time waster only to learn that the film was too slow for my intended use. That's when I got out of the business of testing undocumented films.
I offered to give the rest of my P30 to a friend that tried one of my rolls and he declined saying he was already dealing with PTSD from the first roll. ;-)
Edit: I added the quote marks around the word tested to make sure people don't think I was doing what @aparat is doing, which is on another level entirely. I don't have those skills!
I'd be happy to finish "testing" your P30 if it's still floating around...