Jessops Pan 400S

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Ted Bradshaw, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. Ted  Bradshaw

    Ted Bradshaw Guest

    I've just come back into the world of monochrome after spending recent
    years deep into colour, and I have therefore bought myself some film.
    Apart from FP4, an old friend, I have acquired a bulk roll of Jessop's Pan
    400S, a film of which I know absolutely nothing.

    I would be very grateful if some kind soul could give me suggestions as to
    developer, development times etc..

    Many thanks in advance.

    Ted Bradshaw.
     
    Ted Bradshaw, Sep 4, 2004
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  2. Don't know for sure, but it runs in my mind that Jessops (which is a
    retail camera chain in the U.K.) sells film under their own name, but
    the film is made by either a)Arista or b)Ilford. I'd treat it like
    Ilford HP5+ or Tri-X and give it similar development and time in D-76 or
    HC110 dilution B (1:31). You may have to waste a roll or two to tweak
    it, but you'll be in the ballpark. As I recall, Jessop's brand is not
    a T-grain film like T-Max or Delta, but a traditional-style film.

    Larry
     
    LR Kalajainen, Sep 4, 2004
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  3. James McClure, Sep 5, 2004
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  4. .... or c) Fotokemika in case of R-200
     
    Cedomir Igaly, Sep 5, 2004
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