Agfa Cinerex IC1N Samples
Old 04-18-2012   #1
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Agfa Cinerex IC1N Samples

This stuff is pretty sweet. Here is it shot at 50asa, and probably a little overdeveloped. Zero post-processing. Used Tmax at 8 minutes (around 68-70 degrees). I'll probably try 7 to 7.5 minutes next time, try and bring out more gray tones. Right now the black is like... black. It looks awesome but properly processed stuff should need post-processing right?

I'm thinking a yellow filter might pull the sky into a better useful zone. Otherwise it mostly looks light.

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OM2n 90mm Panagor 2.8 Macro


Olympus OM2n 28mm f3.5 (forgot aperture I used)


Olympus OM2n 90mm Panagor 2.8 Macro
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Old 04-19-2012   #2
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No one has opinions? Ok... guess my interested are different than other's.
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Old 04-19-2012   #3
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Nice pictures and thanks for your experimentations. The highlights in tree pictures looks like they are completely blown lack of AH coating maybe?

Shortening the development time to 7 minutes might help, a K2 filter might help as well. I would reduce the E.I. to 40 or even 32.

Is Agfa Cinerex an ortho radiography film?

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Old 04-19-2012   #4
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Thanks for posting these, this film looks intriguing.
I saw your want-to-trade ad, and meant to send you a PM, but I hadn't gotten around to it.
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Old 04-19-2012   #5
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Yeah it is intended for medical use. I was thinking a K2 filter would help as well. The Panagor has old multi-coatings. A permanent multi-coat filter is not a bad idea. It flares when pointed at direct light.

I'm also putting it up in classifieds too.

I'll probably play with reducing the E.I. but honestly I'm super happy if I can get away with this quality at 50.
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