JandC Pro 100 and Pyrocat HD - development times

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  1. jtsatterlee

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    Any suggestions for JandC Pro 100 development times in Pyrocat HD? I saw times for the ISO200 and 400 types, but not 100.

    This is for roll film, not sheet.
     
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    Sorry I can't help you directly with roll film, but with sheet film I've been using 14 minutes and getting great results. I'd recommend this as a starting point for the roll films.
     
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    Mongo,

    What dilution were you using? I just bought a box of 8x10 AND my first batch of Pyrocat HD so I'm a total newbie to this combination. Any tips?

    Thanks,

    Gerhard

     
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    Sorry...should have specified...2:2:100. I'm developing for contact printing. If I was developing for enlarging I'd probably try the same time at 1:1:100. I also should have specified that I'm doing all of this at 68F.