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Encouraged by some recent posts I tried to develope a colour film (Agfa xps 160) in Rodinal 0. The film came out with very faint images but the base was "thick" brown, hardly transparent. Best, Tmas Well you could also start DIY C41 development. Wash min Stabilizer min The only critical thing is the temperature of 37,8 degrees C. For the rest you can be 2-3 degrees C of that temperature.
I scanned one frame, but the result after heavy adjustments in PS is far from anything I saw in those posts... Regards, Tmas The only advantage of these methods is to use old/outdated films in an inexpensive way instead of just discarding them. I will try once more and follow the advice to rinse for a longer time to get rid of the dense colour. It's not very difficult only the C41 chemicals are a bit more expensive then regular B&W chemicals. Best regards, Robert Raid, I am not developed any E-6 film in B&W chemicals myself, but I am pretty sure you would get an image of some sort. John, One of the reason's I started developing C-41 in Rodinal is because I 'inherited' about 300 rolls of expired C-41 film.
And I add the fun & surprise of the results I get - for me it counts also. films and would like to use them as test and fun films. I had a few rolls developed in in C-41 chemicals, but the film was already starting to show its age, so I threw a few rolls in Rodinal.