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Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by bmac, Sep 26, 2003.
Subject says it all.
Lee, you dont do well on comprehension tests now do you?
Xtol as my first choice for that film. Similar in technology to TMax I think and TMax loves Xtol.
For some god information about HC110 to help you decide go to this site:
That resource recommends HC110 for high contrast negs and XTOL for Normal. Also Dil D (1-39 from syrup) if your development times are under 5min. The site has mixing and dilution charts, history and other usefull info.
I will have to say I have tried Delta 400 in both Rodinal and HC110 as well as XTOL and PMK. I agree with the previous posts that either XTOL or PMK is better overall. In high contrast HC110 holds its own. I would get blown highlights with Rodinal 1-50, but stand development or greater dillutions may work. I am just not a fan of Rodinal in fast films.
Delta 400 in Xtol 1+2:
Delta 400 in Rodinal 1+24:
Sorry, no HC-110.
I've persoanlly opted for xtol 1+1 for delta (my primatry film) and rodinal 1+25 for tri-x, fuji, and fortepan
rodinal can be a harch mistress for tabular films, even tight ones like tmax 100
I have used hc110 and rodentall and I don't like either much. PMK is a better deal for me. That's all.
None of the above.--Perceptol.