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ILFORD B/W 16MM FILM


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#1 Sammi

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 05:49 AM

I just got some ILFORD BW Film 200 P3 yesterday ,and think about process the film by myself (i never done any processing before).But there are some numbers i can't understand here .

Machine process C B125/22 B220/24 B440/27
ID-11 20 STOCK 6:00 8:00 -
MICROPHEN 20 STOCK 5:30 6:30 11:00
ILFOTECHC 24 1+11 - 1:10 1:35
ILFOTECRT RAPID 26 STOCK 0:50 1:10 -
KODAK D76 20 STOCK 6:00 8:00 -

what the B125/22, B220/24, B440/27 ,mean ?
and what is the 1 +11 ?
which one is the best developer here for high quility picture ?
Thank you.

Edited by Sammi, 06 August 2005 - 05:52 AM.

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#2 Robert Hughes

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Posted 12 August 2005 - 06:08 PM

My guess is they are referring to the ASA number and the Euro logarithmic equivalent.
The 1+11 is the dilution of developer in water.

I shoot this stock as negative at ASA 64 and have had quite good results. It has a Tri-X like toothy grain and a lot of character. It was originally designed for traffic surveillance cameras, and has an extended red sensitivity. I use the standard Kodak chemicals & times. If you want a lower contrast, use D76, for higher contrast try D19 - I've even had success with Dektol.
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#3 Charles MacDonald

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Posted 31 August 2005 - 09:39 PM

If you want a lower contrast, use D76, for higher contrast try D19 - I've even had success with Dektol.

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Ilford ID-11 is very simalar to Kodak D-76 ..
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