Wednesday, April 20, 2011
DTR and a great negative too
It was wonderful to see those little nucleating molecules where they should be, and get a great negative, too.
This is an important result that came a little faster than I expected: The Efke looks like it got about a 1 stop boost, and the processing time was 60 seconds. Except for a slight waviness from the very irregular reagent spread, the negative is quite even, well gradated, and extremely detailed - probably at least as detailed as original T55, and perhaps more.
Posted by Bob Crowley at 12:02 PM