I've tested the Bergger Pancro 400 with the Pentax 6x7.
As I want to use this film mainly for portraits I did the test shooting portraits. Violeta helped me again ;-)
I love this film.
It really seems easy for the enlarger. I hope to check it very soon.
The negative is really beautiful. No grain at all or really negligible. Flat and nearly free of dust once dried.
It reminds me of the Trix400 I've developed with Perceptol or Xtol.
Pentax 6x7 MLU
(a) SMC Pentax 67 105/2.4
(b) Super-Multi-Coated MACRO-TAKUMAR 135/4
Bergger Pancro 400 :: XTOL 1+1 -> 18' a 20ºC
Presoaking 1 minute
"Agitated during the 30 first seconds, and then, ten seconds at the top of every minute" ---> http://bergger.com/media/wysiwyg/Fiches_techniques/Pancro400_en.pdf
TMAX Fixer 4'
Epson V500/ Epson Scan
1- (a) cut
2 - (a) underexposed 1 step.
3 - (a) overexposed 1 steo.
4 - (a) underexposed 1 step.
5 - (b) cut
6 - (b)
7 - (b) Misse the focus ...
8 - (b)
9 - (b) Recorte
Two Trix400 shots just to compare:
Developed with con Perceptol stock.
What do you think?