I like the tone and detail of those images, makes me wonder, how old is
that film? As far as I know, Agfa (or whatever company bought their name)
has not made 120 film in years. Coincidently, I developed a roll of APX 400
expired in 2005 today, just before reading your e-mail. Shot on a 2,8F,
this one was at box speed, but I overexposed most of the other frames just
to be sure:
My great-great-great-grandfather Eugeniusz
Got a great amount of base fog, but at least it was even. Grain is quite
large, even for a 400-speed film, but I like the contrast. I guess both of
these will be less pronounced in a lower ISO.
2018-06-01 18:49 GMT-03:00 Jan Decher <wanderjan@xxxxxxxxx>:
Last week I used Tetenal Neofin Blau for the first time in perhaps 35
years to process a roll of 120 Agfa APX 100 from my Rolleiflex 3.5
(Xenotar). It’s a 1-shot developer that comes in boxes of 6 little glas
bottles a 50mml, so an excellent choice for a travel developer (if you want
to avoid aiport fogging etc.). Processing time was 15 minutes. I got mine
at Fotoimpex in Berlin.
Here are two examples:
Artist Carl Langbein's House in Otterndorf, Elbe River. Now a Youth Hostel.