On Sunday I visited the Allenby Road Industrial Estate once more to use the discontinued Kodak Technical PAN, which is a slow film (ISO 25) with undetectable grain, and high contrast (poor exposure latitudes unlike most other monochromatic films). The film itself stopped being sold in 2004, however I was able to acquire some 35mm rolls from my uncle.
Canon EOS 600 and a 28-135mm lens. The film was developed for 7 minutes, 1+19 (at 20°) using Paterson FX-39. The film was later scanned using a Plustek 7400 at either 7200 or 3600dpi. Although it is a monochromatic film, I decided to scan it in colour, resulting in golden casts across the images. Photoshop work was minimal - it was mainly cloning foreign artefacts out, or adjusting the tones using curves.