Ansco All Weather Pan 616 ???

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Mike Kennedy, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. Mike Kennedy

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    I just returned from our Sunday flea (fleece ?) market with a made in Canada Kodak Jiffy six-16. Any idea how I should develop the film I found inside the camera? I have D-76 and Rodinal.

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    you'll definitely want to add some benzotriazole as a fog-retardant, given the likely age of the film. Not sure which dev would be better suited to the addition of Benzotriazole though.
     
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    You might do a snip test
     
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    The photo-enthusiasts that do a lot of developing of "found film" generally use Kodak HC-110 because it is a very low fog developer. HC-110b is the suggested dilution. Probably about 5 minutes developing time.