I did a trial run with a roll of Tri-X and Agfapan 25 and the 20mm. We had a very strong Southerly over the past weekend, which brings a big swell up the coast, in this case the waves were 15 metres(50ft) plus. It was still blowing a gale, 80kmh(50mph) plus, when I visited. In the process, I donated a lens to the god of the sea, a Nikkor 35mm 2.8 rolled out of my camera bag and took a 60ft plunge into the surf. I took on so much saltwater spray that the meter in the F2S went on the blink. The only way to keep the front element dry was to position myself with my back to the wind. The force of the wind was enough to blow the spray past the back of the camera without getting any on the front element. Nikon F2S w/ Nikkor-UD 20mm f3.5 - Agfapan 25 @ Rodinal 1+25 Nikon F2S w/ Nikkor-UD 20mm f3.5 - Agfapan 25 @ Rodinal 1+25 Nikon F2S w/ Nikkor-UD 20mm f3.5 - Tri-X & D76 Stock What shocked me was the contrast in the scene. I really struggled to keep the highlights and shadows. I still have to work out how to use Agapan 25 to its full capabilities. But I have fallen in love with D76 Stock, thanks Ed. There was some much spray and haze in the air that the photos look soft and have a overall gray tone.