AGFA Curix Ortho HT-G Medical X-Ray Film

I bought 800 sheets of AGFA Curix Ortho HT-G Medical X-Ray Film on EBay. The red boxes have been occupying the bottom shelf of the fridge for a couple of months. This weekend’s project was to do some tests to figure out how to expose it in a large format camera.

ISO 25, ISO 50, ISO 12, ISO 100. (Timed by hand.)

ISO 25, ISO 50, ISO 12, ISO 100. (Timed by hand.)

The new Cambo 451 camera came in handy, as I could do four different exposures on each 4×5 sheet.

ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 800, ISO 100.  (Light metered at the close edge of the board.)

ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 800, ISO 100. (Light metered at the close edge of the board.)

After this first test run I’d say that the results are satisfactory in the ISO 50 to ISO 400 range when developed in HC-110 1+50 for 20 min at 20C.

Self

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