I have used Rollei RPX25 only once before but I decided to buy three rolls with the intention of using it in pinhole cameras to force a longer exposure in bright conditions, compared to, say Ilford FP4+.
I have one roll half-used in a pinhole camera but changed my plan slightly by loading a roll of RPX25 into a Mamiya RZ67 for a trip to Allenbanks in Northumberland. I wanted to try out the Mamiya 110mm f2.8 lens which had recently been serviced, so I took just that one lens. There were some images I would have liked to take which would have required a wider lens, but on the other hand I was able to select enough images suitable for the 110mm lens, to finish the film.
I developed the film in HC110 Dilution B for 5 minutes, which is a time given on the inside of the box. I was fairly happy with the results although I think I’d give shorter development next time to protect the highlights. Since it’s generally thought to be not a good idea to develop for less than 5 minutes, I’d have to use Dilution H (1+62) which would require 10 minutes development, and reduce the time below 10 minutes.
The toning was added in Lightroom.