Evening all, I often tell my friends there is more film in my freezer than food and while I'm heavily invested in digital this is still apparently true. While looking for some dinner I ran into two bulk rolls of 35mm Tech Pan. I aquired these some time back when the photo service I used to work for went digital and gave me a huge supply of all manner of film and chemistry. It's out of date but I know for sure that it's been frozen since purchase. I recall using this film in 4x5 format (which I also have some in the same freezer) but that we used it for high contrast copy work. I recall using the 35mm in some studio settings rated at about 160 and processing for very high contrast results. If memory serves I believe I read somewhere it could also be rated at ISO 25 and processed differently for very nice, nearly grainless continous tone images. Does anyone here have experience using this film in that manner? If so, what developer was used? Is it truly good as a low speed continous tone film similar to the long lost Panatomic-X? I've used miles of Tri-X and Plus-X through the years but always thought Kodak made a mistake in dropping Panatomic from their line. I'd like to load some up and get some use from it. I may scan it it but am contemplating a new darkroom set up in the fall. Thanks for any information. Rick H.