Bergger BRF-200 roll film in Xtol

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  1. g_brooks

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    Help!
    I have some Bergger BRF-200 roll film (both 120 and 35mm) that I want to process in Xtol, but I can't find any info on recommended developing time. (Not even in the Massive Dev Chart!!)
    Thanks.
     
  2. Uncle Bill

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    I have played with Bergger BRF 200 with D-76 and got some nice results from that combo.
     
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    You can look for Forte 200, which is the same film. It is listed in the Massive Development Chart. This film was also sold by Freestyle as Arista.edu.
    Kodak Xtol Stock solution 7 minutes at 68f.
     
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    Thanks, Phototone.
    I'll give it a try this afternoon.