developing times for PXP???

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  1. ImageMakers

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    Hello - Someone asked me to develop some old film. It's Kodak PXP, 120 format. Does anyone have the developing time when used with D-76 @ 68 degrees?

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    Jim
     
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    Dear Jim,

    You have Kodak Plus-X. You can download the latest data sheet from Kodak. If the film is very old, you will have to adjust the time upward. I've seen 10% per decade bandied about but I have only followed that rule once for a roll exposed roughly 35 years ago.
     
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    Ok, thanks for the info

    -Jim