Also shot (at 50) and developed Ferranis P30 at the same time. Same deal about deciding whether to stop giving it chances and ditch it.
It took the dullest gray weather to get some sensible tonality out of it, but still only in a couple of frames. In most the sky is completely blocked out, making it look kind of like those digital shots pretending to be film. But at least it got shadow detail this time, and that detail is actually pretty nice. Still can't decide, between the ridiculous contrast and being panchromatic in name only I kind of hate it, but it also makes shooting things more adventurous than the always correct and predictable FP5/HP5/Delta.
This was my first stand dev in over a decade, and damn it's comfy to just bugger off for an hour instead of staring at the timer and straining my wrists every minute.
Also both rolls were medium format if this wasn't obvious.>>4255894
Yeah probably, see my second post, I wasn't very subtle or careful knowing I'll be redoing them properly some time later. But it still is grainy like holy shit.