35mm BW Film - Film Ferrania P30 (1 Roll)
1 Roll / 35mm / 36 exp / ISO 80 / Non-DX Coded / Process: Standard BW
Each roll features a very high silver content to create a high-contrast film with almost no visible grain. Shadows are deep and rich. Highlights are punchy and sharp.
USING P30 - THE BASICS
1. Use a manual camera
Ferrania P30 is not DX coded. As such, we highly recommend using a fully manual 35mm camera - or at least a camera that gives you some control over either ISO, aperture or shutter speed. Cameras with no manual ISO setting will most likely default to ISO 100 which will give you usable results.
2. Shoot at 80 ISO
We firmly recommend shooting this film at the box speed of 80 ISO. (#ShootBoxSpeed)
3. Hand processing is best
P30 is a unique film, and we have found hands-on processing to yield the most consistent results. Listed below are developers and techniques we recommend for a small tank environment.
4. Lab processing is ok, too
Any commercial lab, like https://thedarkroom.com/ can develop/scan P30Film Ferrania
|Developer||Dilution||Temp.||EI 50/18 (minutes)||EI 80/20 (minutes)||Procedure|
|Kodak D-76 or FPP76||stock||20ºC/68ºF||8||-||Small Tank: Continuous inversions, or roll tank back and forth Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|stock||20ºC/68ºF||-||7||Small Tank: Inversions for 10 seconds each minute Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|FPP 96||stock||21ºC/70ºF||8||8||Small Tank: Continuous inversions, or roll tank back and forth Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|Ilford Ilfosol 3||1+9||20ºC/68ºF||-||6||Small Tank: Inversions first 30 seconds, then 1 inversion per minute Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|Kodak HC-110 or FPP 110||1+63
|20ºC/68ºF||-||12||Small Tank: Inversions first minute, 10 second inversions each minute Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation (NOTE: must use at least 450ml water to maintain the 6ml required for a 36exp 135 roll)|
|20ºC/68ºF||-||5||Small Tank: Inversions first 30 seconds, then 1 inversion per minute Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|Kodak TMax||1+6||24ºC/75.2ºF||-||7||Small Tank: "TMAX style" - rapid twisting with approx. 5-7 inversions first 10 seconds and each 30 seconds Rotary Tank: Continuous rotation|
|R09 (Rodinal)||1+100||20ºC/68ºF||-||60||Semi-Stand Technique: 3 minute pre-soak, 60 second initial agitation with gentle agitation at 15, 30 and 45 minutes|
|Tetenal Paranol S||1+50||20ºC/68ºF||-||14||Small Tank: Continuous inversions for the first 30 seconds then 10 inversions every minute|