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Subject: Re: [Leica] Re: Neopan 1600 + extol + 100 macro
From: "James A. Gatlin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 19 May 2002 16:33:18 -0700
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Out of curosity... are you using any TMY... and did you go to XTOL for that
If so, what is your technique?
I am in the process going from TMAX dev to to XTOL.. and am presently
working XTOL at 1:1 with 'gentle-er' agitation that I used with TMAX, and
thus far, I am getting a litte thin negs.
> But the above combination is quite interesting and very nearly grainless,
> if you put your nose two inches away you'll see something. ;-) But
> I'd say they're almost grainless compared to what I was getting at 1:1 at
> in EXTOL before with my usual Tmax agitation methods.
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