I have been bitten by the goofy film bug. I've become a bit bored with my typical 35mm films (like regular films aren't complicated enough in their own way ) and I wanted to get some ideas on how to go about developing these three films: Kodak LPD-4 (a line film -positive- in 35mm - ISO 8?); Agfa Copex (a microfilm - negative in 35mm - ISO 80?); and FUJI HRII Minicopy (a microfilm - negative - 35mm - ISO 6) I have the following developers: HC-110 Rodinal (I've done rodinal 1+200 stand for 120 min for HRII) D-76 Diafine (I've seen that you can go A (1:50) + B @ 3+3 for the Copex) Dektol (I've been told that you can use a 1:9 dilution of this for the LDP-4 and develop by inspection under red safelight) I also know that there are probably better developers to use for these as well. I plan to shoot these in my Bessa R3M (meter is dead accurate and I can shoot slow shutter hand-held). Your take?