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#1 Leo Anthony Vale

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 03:39 PM

I came across this while going through a copy of KODAK FILMS, 6th edition, first 1955 printing.

Under KODAK FINE GRAIN POSITIVE FILM AKA 5302 it gives "Exposure and Development Recommendations for Copying".

If copying a continuous tone original use an exposure index of 1.2 for daylight and EI 0.3 for tungsten. Develop in D-76 at 68 F with continuous agitation for 3 minutes .

For a line original, EI 12 for daylight and EI 3 for tunsten. Develop in D-11 at 68 F with continuous agitation for 7 minutes.

The usual recommended EI is 6 with positive developing, I reckon the EI 12 and 7 minutes processing is for really high contrast.

I suspect the EI 1.2 with a negative developer with give rather pretty results, but needs high speed lenses for sunlight.
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