120 TX400 in T-Max

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    I wonder if someone can give me as starting time, plus any other comments they may have, on 120 TX400 (Tri-X) developed in T-Max (non-RS) developer? I don't trust the Kodak times since their time for TX400 in D76 is clearly too short.
     
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    Kodak’s recommendation for TX in TMAX is a good starting point and works well for normal development in my environment.
     
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    Test, test, test, test, test, and test.

    Your results may very.

    It's what we all do.
     
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    Thanks, I'll start there then...
     
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    Thanks so much for the advice. I've been 'testing' photographic materials for over 35 years and if you read my post you'll see that I requested a 'starting time', the implication being that I will in fact be doing some testing :rolleyes: