Let me share with you my experience with AGFA Chrome RSX 100 color slide film. This is an E-6 film produced between 1995 and 1998. At the dusk of the sustainable film production R&D must have been advanced since in 1999 this film has been replaced by an improved version, AGFA Chrome RSX II 100.… Read the rest “Film review: AGFA Chrome RSX 100”
In the past, AGFA Scientia EM has been used to capture microscope images. It has been in production in a number of formats — cut sheet, glass plates, etc. The canister I got is in 35mm size, unperforated.
If you look it up on the internet, you will find mostly scientific research papers that mention … Read the rest “AGFA Scientia EM film”
Let me share with you my experience with Agfa Aviphot Dia C. Found few boxes of 19?19 cm glass plates and very little information about it on internet.
A member of www.apug.org answered my general question about this material like that:
“Yes, I did a few enlarged slides with it, maybe 25-30 years ago. Treated … Read the rest “AGFA Aviphot Dia C glass plates”
Let’s talk a bit about AGFA Gevapan 30 film. He died in the 60s.
Found a bulk of it in a 35mm from an old professor in the technical university nearby, who was giving it out at the price of a duner. Can’t blame the duner here.
Agfa-Gevaert disappeared long time ago only to give … Read the rest “AGFA Gevapan 30”