PREMIER FILM PROCESSING
DR5 CHROME E6 BLACK AND WHITE NEGATIVE
DIGITAL SLIVER SCALA BLACK AND THITE SLIDE
NOTE - ALL DEV-2 sepia rolls carry $1.50 surcharge
ILFORD PANF Ei : 4~20 iso
DEV-2 NORMAL dr5 ISO: 20
NOTE: If you are a 1st-time dr5 user, You must shoot this film @ it's normal dr5-iso. If you have shot this film @ it's factory speed, we will not run this film in dr5 for you, there are no exceptions. 1st time users must shoot this film @ its "normal" dr5 iso. NOTE; PAN-fs ISO limitations in DEV-2-SEPIA - below.
This is exceptional image quality! A traditional emulsion , very sharp, almost a grain-less, smooth image quality with a full tonal range. PANF speed is slow under dr5. This sacrifice might be well worth it. It has the best D-MAX of all the ILFORD films, 4.10+. Shooting PANF at a slower speed compresses the contrast slightly but PANF doesn't relinquish it's natural quality at any iso,. We suggest testing this film first in dr5. Experience is best obtained 1st hand when dealing with darker or shadow based scenes. PANF can have a 12 stop range in certain situations.
NOTE: dr5 processed DEV2 has been proven to be impervious to environmental damage. DEV2 is "completely archival"
PAN-f in 35mm has changed from the factory. Buy new film if you are using PAN-f 35mm. We will only be running the 35mm at the NEW process times. If you have even recently older PAN-f your exposures maybe way-off. 120-roll is unaffected.
dr5 Pan-F's NORMAL speed is 20-iso. In DEV-2, Pan-F produces a rich sepia-on the yellow-side tone. A lighter brown-yellow tone if the image is bright. DONOT shoot PAN-f above it's normal 'dr5-iso' for DEV-2. We will no longer run this film in DEV-2 above its normal dr5-iso "20"
NOTE: 120-Pan-f is not a hearty film. Be sure to use the freshest film stock possible. Do not use old 120 film stock or even long stored refrigerated stock for dr5 use. Unlike the other ilford films this film type is the most susceptible to fog. Protect the 120 film from direct light between loading and processing. Please test film stock that has been sitting more than a year, even if it is not out dated. A "fresh" Pan-f image is unsurpassed. DO NOT put 120 Pan-f back in the fridge once it has been shot. DO NOT put un-wrapped pan-f in the fridge. YOUR FILM WILL BE RUINED!