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[zoom it] What I did last sunday: A test series of Fomapan T200 stand developed in R09 One Shot 1+50, as well as Spürsinn HCD 1+50 and 1+100. Development times varied between 30 minutes and 2 hours.

 

This roll has expired in 9/1998 so this experiment is far from being scientific. Anyway, it was interesting to see what is possible and what is not. Turned out, pretty much everything is possible. I found the slice developed in R09 to be the sharpest (in addition to the fact that I like the contrasts there a lot better than in the others), the ones developed in HCD seem to be a bit foggy. The downside is that the R09 negative was by far the darkest of them all, probably a tad bit overdeveloped. (details on FilmDev)

 

The left column consists of the frames after contrast adjustment. The middle column is the same frame before contrast adjustments and the right column is the raw output of VueScan as a hint of what the negatives looked like.