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  Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Efke Film
Efke films are manufactured using classic emulsions with very high silver content.
The Efke 25, 50 and 100 films are made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced back in the 1950s.
Efke products are true to their rated speed.
www.efke.com   (88 words)

  
 Efke - Definition, explanation
The Efke films are "old-school" emulsions with very high silver content and as a result give a large exposure latitude and superior grayscale reproduction.
The Efke 25, 50 and 100 products are made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced in the 1950s.
Efke films are made using a single poured layer, where the film speed is determined on the basis of grain size.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/e/ef/efke.php   (191 words)

  
 Toronto Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Efke is the brand name of photographic films, papers, and chemicals manufactured by Fotokemika d.d.
The Efke films are fl-and-white films with high silver content and as a result give a large exposure latitude and high quality grayscale reproduction when compared with modern films.
Efke films are coated in one layer, unlike most other films which are coated in multiple layers.
www.torontopost.biz /Info/?Efke   (248 words)

  
 Efke - Camerapedia.org
The Efke factory in Samobor, Croatia is the last producer of 127 film.
Efke R25 is one of the slowest emulsions available on 120 spool.
An efke distributor in the Netherlands and Belgium.
www.camerapedia.org /wiki?title=Efke&redirect=no   (160 words)

  
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Yes, Efke sheet film is prone to scratching, but, if one exercises a slight bit of care when shuffling, I find scratching to be reduce to no more than other films.
I still think that Efke film is considerably more prone to scratching than other film and I work very diligently when developing film.
The film is obviously a lot higher contrast then the Efke 100, but it also seems to render certain subjects in a more appealing way.
www.michaelandpaula.com /mp/AzoForum/one.asp?ID=5157&PgNo=&GID=5157&CID=2   (1018 words)

  
 Efke film - l o m o . u s - f o r u m s
Efke products have been made in Croatia, formerly part of Yugoslavia, since 1948.
Efke films are physically different from Kodak, Fuji, and Agfa films.
efke is de enige overgebleven producent van 127 formaat, volgens mij.
www.lomo.us /forums/showthread.php?t=4792   (280 words)

  
 EFKE: Classic films for discerning photographers
Sensitivity of Efke 25 is 14 DIN (20 ASA, ISO 20/14° GOST 18), but by developing in coinciding developers effecting Efkes sensitivity utilization may be even twice increased to 100 ISO.
Sensitivity of Efke 50 is 17 DIN (40 ASA, ISO 40/17°, GOST 35), but by developing them in adequate developers films sensitivity utilization may be even twice increased to 200 ISO.
Black-white sheet negative film EFKE PL-21M, which is of the same characteristics as the Efke KB-100 and Efke R-100, is primarly intended for portraiture photography, advertisement photography etc. Efkes harmonized panchromatic sensitization is guarantee that these films may be equally successfully applied with daylight and artificial illumination.
www.digitaltruth.com /store/efke.html   (524 words)

  
 dr5 CHROME - film review
Efke films are very silver rich, with a stunning old-fashion image Quality.
For those who are scanning fl and white film, Efke 25 is like finding a lost treasure.
Efke 25 produces smooth creamy highlights and unbelievable sharpness.
www.dr5.com /efke25.html   (299 words)

  
 Cafe ILFOPRO - Baby Roller   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I haven't used Efke yet but I have used Kodak Portra 160 NC from B&H and I have also rolled some 35mm Ilford Delta 100 onto a 127 spool.
The ISO 25 Efke film is the last old fashioned single layer super fine grain emulsion film being made.
Efke films are made using a single poured layer.
www.ilford.com /html/us_english/ILFOPRO/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=6319   (780 words)

  
 B&W Photo - Film & Processing Forum: Efke KB(25,50 or 100) Anyone have sample pics? - photo.net
With Efke films, at least the 25, you have to take every shot twice to steer around the QC problems.
There are also one or two Efke 50 shots, but I've tended to use either 25 or 100 in 120, 9x12cm and 5x4" sizes.
I have pushed Efke 25 to 100, after forgetting to set the meter back to the correct speed (doh!).
photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00MLQR   (965 words)

  
 Efke 25 development - APUG
Efke sheet films are coated on a polyester base (175 microns plus coating).
Tony, I rate Efke 25 sheet film at an Effective Film Speed of 25 and develop it semi-stand in either Pyrocat-HD (or in Pyrocat M-C) diluted 1+1+100 for 16 minutes at 70F.
While I haven't loaded my 4x5 Efke 25 yet, I've been processing Rodinal 1:50 10-11min (depending on subject contrast) and have been very happy with the results.
www.apug.org /forums/forum37/43092-efke-25-development.html   (740 words)

  
 Retro Photographic Ltd - Black & White Specialist Photographic Products
But what really sets the Efke films apart is their response to red light, true panchromatic films respond to red light up to around 700nm but the Efke films fall well short of this with the 100 film at about 680nm and the 25 and 50 films somewhat less at around 630nm.
Indoors, under tungsten lighting with a greater proportion of red in the light the effect on skin tones is to create a kind of ivory glow and the films tend to suppress flaws in the skin.
Black-white sheet negative film EFKE PL-21M, which is of the same characteristics as the Efke KB-100 and Efke R-100, is primarly intended for portraiture photography, advetisement photography etc. Efkes harmonized panchromatic sensitization is guarantee that these films may be equally successfully applied with daylight and artificial illumination.
www.retrophotographic.com /efke.htm   (608 words)

  
 B&W Photo - Film & Processing Forum: Efke films / Diafine - photo.net
Because you are shooting with a 127 camera, and Efke R100 is the only game in town for 127 B&W. It instantly becomes your one-size-fits-all film.
I've found the EFKE 100/Diafine combination to be excellent and there is a noticeable increase in effective film speed as compared to Xtol, for example.
EFKE 100 is a fairly grainy film, certainly granier than APX 100 and FP4+.
www.photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=009MRg   (1067 words)

  
 B&W Photo - Film & Processing Forum: modern equivalent of efke film? - photo.net
If I recall correctly, Efke films have a somewhat lower red sensitivity than most other modern BandW films; and if you believe the marketing language used by the company, the grain structure is unique.
With Efke, I'm getting the tones I want (especially when I process in Rodinal) much higher silver content than other films, and I haven't had any problems with the "thin" base, or emulsion.
Efke is readily available, is cheap and works for you.
photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00FbXU   (1126 words)

  
 B&W Photo - Film & Processing Forum: Efke's own fine-grain negative developer "Laxo" - photo.net
Apparently Efke is rebranded Adox film and the creator of the Adox emultion also created Beutler.
Fotokemika still exists, producing the Efke brand b/w films KB for 35 mm, and R for 120 format, as well as their own chemicals FR for developers and FF for fixers.
As I can see, development times are nowhere to be found except for efke KB 100 (dev time is specified on the inside of the film packaging).
www.photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00CAw3&tag=   (723 words)

  
 Freestyle Photographic Supplies
Freestyle is proud to offer the highly sought after brand of Efke films, manufactured by the Fotokemika factory in Croatia.
The Efke 25, 50 and 100 films are made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced back in the late 1940s.
Efke roll films are coated on a polyester base (100 microns plus coating).
www.freestylephoto.biz /sc_prod.php?cat_id=403&pid=1000001711   (278 words)

  
 Early panchro films: more like Efke 25 or Efke 100? - APUG
I haven't used the Efke films, but when I used to shoot Agfa, I found the toe on the Agfapan 25 to be much more abrupt than the Agfapan 100.
I've used Efke 50 (4x5 and 35mm) before and think Efke 25 and Efke 50 would be the most similar to the old films.
However, there is more to it then film choice alone, as using Efke 50 with modern equipment does not come close to looking like a photograph from the early 1900's.
www.apug.org /forums/forum37/42970-early-panchro-films-more-like-efke-25-efke-100-a.html   (1428 words)

  
 Re: Question about Efke KB B&W film
They are, however, different, partly because of their unique red response and partly because their emulsions are richer in silver (according to the manufacturer).
I find that, for the photographic effects I want, given my methodologies, Efke is a very good choice for me when I want to shoot a fine grain, slow or medium speed film.
Efke 25, 50 and 100 are made using the ADOX formulas that were first introduced in the 1950’s.
www.acecam.com /photography/8154.html   (675 words)

  
 Lumière Online Shop - efke R 100/127 (Baby Rolleiflex) F2545
efke is the last remaining mmaker for film on 127 spools for exposures 4X4 or 4X6,5 or 2,5x4 cm.
The efke KB 25 is the last true low speed fine- grey film without flat crystal technology.
Efke films are being produced according to the old ADOX recipes (KB 14, KB17, KB21)
www.lumiere-shop.de /product_info.php?language=en&info=p255_efke-R-100-127-f-r-Baby-Rolleiflex.html   (309 words)

  
 Efke & Foma Development Times Table - Posted - Rangefinderforum.com
I also would call your attention to the suggestion that you pre-soak the Efke films in water for 1 minute prior to development.
For Efke 25 they suggested rating at 50 for daylight and 25 for tungsten light.
The Efke 50 was listed at 80 or something in daylight.
www.rangefinderforum.com /forums/showthread.php?t=21530   (434 words)

  
 Efke 100 - Rangefinderforum.com
When developing Efke 25 and 100 (120) I use Rodinal 1+100 and agitate for 15s each minute for first three minutes (5 gentle inversions) then one inversion every 3 minutes.
EFKE 25 will be overdeveloped if you followed that.
IMHO EFKE 25 requires 50-60% of the time as EFKE 100.
www.rangefinderforum.com /forums/showthread.php?t=23938   (693 words)

  
 Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Efke Film
Efke IR820 B&W Infrared 127 size Model# 191827
Efke PL 100 M iso 100 3.25 x 4.25 inches/50 sheets Model# 191134
Fotokemika Efke PL 100 M iso 100 5x7 inches/50 sheets
www.freestylephoto.biz /efke.php?pg=3&sc=22010   (143 words)

  
 Question about Efke KB B&W film
Efke manufacturers “KB” 35mm B&W ISO 25, 50 and 100 films, they clam to offer “tremendous exposure latitude and superior grayscale”.
Is this just a sales line are does Efke KB 1950 emulsion film really offer some thing that Kodak, Ilford, or Fuji don’t.
Efke films, manufactured in Croatia, are old-school emulsions with very high silver content.
www.acecam.com /photography/7206.html   (277 words)

  
 Efke KB25 ISO 25, 35mm x 36 exposure - 35mm Film - Film - Digitaltruth Photo
Efke KB25 ISO 25, 35mm x 36 exposure
Efke 35mm films are coated on a acetate base (130 microns plus coating).
If exposed to film's regular speed of ISO 25, the following developing times apply:Kodak D76/ID-11 = 6 Minutes If ISO 25 film is exposed to ISO 50 for increased speed and optimum differentiation of highlights, the following developing times apply:Kodak D76/ID-11 = 8-9 minutes.
www.digitaltruth.com /store/cart/Efke-KB25-ISO-25-35mm-x-36-exposure-p-737.html   (240 words)

  
 efke 4x5 inch vlakfilm - APUG
de efke film is echter nogal gevoelig voor krasjes en het is een hele dunne film met een slechte vlakligging, geldt dit ook voor de vlakfilm??
de emulsie is inderdaad kwetsbaar en je moet hier ook erg voorzichtig mee omgaan maar heeft de adox (efke) vlakfilm ook de neiging om te gaan krullen??
ik gebruik de adox 100 vlakfilm (de naam efke is weer weggehaald).
www.apug.org /forums/forum71/22675-efke-4x5-inch-vlakfilm.html   (318 words)

  
 Special Films: 110, 126, 127, 620
Efke is the last remaining manufacturer for 127 format films.
Sometimes efke takes in private label orders thus some of their 127 films are hidden in different boxes such as Maco.
Easy to use and eay to fit in your purse and to be found in any larger “Luftkuhrort” during the last two decades.
www.fotoimpex.de /Home/films/e-127/body_e-127.html   (614 words)

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