I had one roll left of Adox CMS 20 II. I decided to shoot it and walk away from the film. It is a film that requires careful exposure, careful developing, and even then, things can go wrong. Timing is everything with this film. There are 3 steps to developing film, the developer, the stop bath (which stops the developer’s work), and the fixer, which makes the image on the negative permanent. Usually, with most films, a few seconds here or there is not a problem but with this film, you must be exact. This is a high-resolution film. You must have a good scanner to capture it. I do not have a good scanner. This film needs a drum scanner to get all it can deliver. Finally, it supposedly comes in 120 format but I have never been able to find it. If it did I might learn some discipline and come away with amazing images. All images were shot on the Nikon F100 with the Nikon 50mm 1.8g lens. I shot the film at ISO 12.