The dr5-lab is the only quality Agfa Scala film processing available WORLD- WIDE [except Germany]. ABOUT SCALA: Scala is a very sharp for a iso film. Agfa Scala x – A medium speed, black and white film. Whether fashion, advertising, photo journalism, architecture or landscape – Agfa SCALA x offers exclusive performance in black-and-white. It supplies an.

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Made some tests developing it as a negative, and was quite happy with the results. The scans are pixels wide, and the detail is pretty amazing. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

It supplies an ideal basis for the publishing process; ideal quality control without the need for negatives and prints. Super great film it is.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. There are still a few rolls floating around on eBay or elsewhere with a process by data of Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from A good portrait film I enjoy using Scala for both protrait and Landscape work in both 35mm and mm. I heard it has real or a lot of silver Yes, my password afa Agfa Scala offers exclusive performance in black-and-white. You can also use agva polysulfide toner like Kodak T-8 as a fogging developer.

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Photography: The longer you wait… – Agfa Scala 200X (35mm)

Continuous agitation the first minute, then five seconds per minute thereafter. Scalw send them all to me for proper disposal: The owners of the other film in the C processor will want your head!

Agfa films are currently being marketed by Lupus Imaging. Feb 24, If anyone knows the recipe for the reversal bath, or a better negative developer for it, I would appreciate it very much. I think for me, the iso setting will be a touch too far. Save Cancel Drag to set position!

They surely sell processing aga for it.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Melo Matt from Awesome stock I was using this stock to shoot behind the scenes at a studio session of a jazz album. Have a look at DR5.

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Fotohuis Robert 4 years ago. They nor Agfa Scaoa list any processing services for the Agfa films but Lupus might shed some light on where to get Scala processed in Europe. Film, Paper, Chemistry ‘ started by petepicturesFeb 21, I hope ADOX silvermax comes out in at some point It won’t because it is a one way action from Impex for the last rest materials available in Agfa Gevaert Mortsel Belgium to produce.

The detail of the images is unparalleled.

It is nominally rated at ISObut can be used up to scalla no problem although apparently not if it is expired. Mar 14, Adox Silvermax is an exact copy of the Agfa Scala film. I discovered ahfa to my cost after about 15 time consuming HDR scans. Anything like this that is available today? Twenty one, to be precise. What was the preferred rating on it? So if you want to develop it as negative there are many options.


Burnt Umber 4 years ago. It’s film – so you have to scan it They also sell Rollei 80S in bulk.

Best shot in harsh contrast light. I hope to one day project these with a Hass. Edited by Rodney A. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.

Now, the NEW question is Its lack of contrast limits its use in landscape mode. My first 18 Agfa Scala panoramic shots, including 2 fantastic shots of the inside of a lens cap.

Feb 23, 9. I wasn’t warned about the poor antihalation layer and the 1st frame was fogged along each edge But not into the picture area so loading a camera in shade should be a normal practise.

There may be other toners out there that give stronger results. Does anyone has more experience with the film, especially how to get a finer grain from it? I’ll attach a sample for you to see. I was trying to recreate an album cover of a Cannonball Adderley record.