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Old 07-15-2011   #2
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PANF+ does have finer grain than FP4, but I find it hard to control the contrast with PANF+ - too many blown highlights and not very subtle midtones. I find FP4 much easier to work with and more forgiving. I have souped the 2 films in either ID-11 or Microphen.

I have seen PANF+ developed in Rodinal which seemed to give a better dynamic range but increased grain.

FP4 has quite finer grain compared to Tri-X so that would be my recommendation.
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