- May 28, 2010
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You're not addressing my point. Achieving pictorial results does not require the use of a special developer. I am officially done arguing with your nonsense.
These films perform best when using a special low-contrast developer. The fact that you don't know something doesn't make it false. This seems to be an all-too-common problem on photography discussion forums.
If you read the page it says exactly what I have stated:
"The comparable steep gradation is bent by this special developer. Extreme fine grain structures and highest sharpness connected with detailed gray tones, can be reached in such a way."
I think the translation should read:
"The comparatively steep gradation is softened by this special developer. "
"The ROLLEI ORTHO 25 is a technical, steeply working monochrome photographic film with a nominal sensitivity of ISO 25/15°."
"The ORTHO 25 in combination with the ROLLEI LOW CONTRAST developer has compiled itself a legendary call. These results reminiscent of the quality of technical pan-Film. The comparatively steep gradation is softened by this special developer. Extremely fine grain structure and the highest sharpness connected with detailed gray tones can be reached in such a way."
Now, do you believe me?