[…] Back when in its glory days of production, ORWO Color films were to be developed under ORWO process C-5168. A quick search gave me this post on http://www.apug.org. You may have a copy of its recipe in a PDF format here. […]
How do you tell devloping times, clip test? Also would you be willing to share your times used from previous films?
If you are asking for ORWO NC-19 films — I used the prescribe times for CD — 10 – 11 minutes at 21°C. Yes, I did bracketing in the beginning to test the film and times, but further applied what was on the leaflet, as the results did not deviate much (factoring time passed since expiration, of course).
If you are asking about cross-processing other color negatives in C-5168 — first I did a bracketing of each film and later on adjusted my times for the results. In my post, before each film cross-processed I put times and temperatures.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if I can help you further.
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