Agfa Color RXG 200
Once upon a time …

The Agfa Geveart RXG 200 is a color negative film, which came on the market from 1989 as a fine-grained universal film for non-professional use. Since 2005, Agfa Geveart is a film producer history. But a few years ago, we got hold of three of these films, but their latest development was recommended as far back as 1996.

We exposed and developed the images shown exactly 20 years later, doubling the exposure time, changing the film’s sensitivity from 200 ASA to 100 ASA.

The movie shows a tendency to cool colors. The contrast is significantly reduced, however, the Agfa RXG 200 shows a discreet and rather fine grain in terms of late processing and the state of development at the time.

We will expose the two remaining films on ASA 50 and quadruple the exposure time.

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