Bergger, Pancro 400 is a two panchromatic emulsion film, each emulsion being composed of silver bromide and silver iodide. The result of these two emulsions together is a very wide exposure latitude according Bergger information.
So bought some film in 120 and 135 format and went out to test this film.
The film was used @ ISO 320 and the development was adjusted towards this exposer -/- 15v% of the toltal time.
The film was presoaked for 2 minutes in water @ 20 degrees C an developed in Ilford ID 11 dilution 1+1.
I used a lot of different film types the last year, but this one hits the sweet spot, wow.
Photo’s were shot with Mama 6 MF with 75 mm f3.5 lens

September 2017
Quick negative scan, great latitude for exposure , negatives look good.
Developed without pre-soak increased developer time to 15’30’’
Can’t wait to make final prints in the darkroom results will come later on.

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Fern berger Pancro 400 EI 320
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Fern berger Pancro 400 EI 320

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Landscape lonely tree berger Pancro 400 EI 320


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Bergger Pancro 400
Wonderful emulsion.
Grafitti Art work Berenkuil Eindhoven 2017
Negative scan

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Scan of paper print .
As the scan of the negatives already shown, a wonderful good result.

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Graffiti Art work Berenkuil Eindhoven 2017

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Graffiti Art work Berenkuil Eindhoven 2017




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