Full development stats:
- Rodinol 1+25, 20ºc. 8 minutes. Agitate every 30s for 15s
- Ilford Stop Bath 1+9 for 1 minute constant agitation
- Ilford Fixer 1+4 for 10 minutes
- Wash for 10 minutes
- Tetanol Wetting agent 1+400 in deionised water for 1m. No agitation.
I took a roll of Bergger Pancro out to Kew Gardens. The results are interesting, I was not expecting so much grain. The research I have done on this film (Flickr, Wiki, Google) showed the images to be fairly fine grain for this speed. The wide shots are fairly standard with no remarkable features but where this film has stood out is on the close ups. The grain and contrast definitely compliment the photograph.
I am unsure why there was so much grain, I followed the develop instructions from the box. I bought this roll from eBay so am suspicious I have bought an out of date roll or a cassette which is not Bergger but labelled as such and the film inside is a crappy coated emulsion?