Another old film from the other side of the iron curtain. The famous Orwo films are not that unknown, they are not bad films either.
First impression, it curls a lot, but not longways as usually, but the short side is U shaped.. makes scanning a bit of a hassle since it's difficult to get it into the neg holder.
I exposed this one at ISO100 even though it's a ISO400 film originally, but this particular roll was 2 decades out of date. One stop per decade really seems to work well. I'd say D76 1+1 works just fine for this film too, the grain is pretty harsh but not in a bad way. There is this grimey look that I usually like. I wouldn't recommend this film for portraits though, at least this old. On the other hand I don't like much grain in my portraits.
I have a couple of rolls left, next time I'll try HC110. Here's some shots!
D76, 1+1, 20c, 12min. normal agitation.