Kodak Plus-X Pan dev times?

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  1. John McCallum

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    Do you recall or have close at hand the development times for Plus-X Pan?

    In the arsenal at the moment, I have ID-11, LC29, D-76, HC110 and naturally Rodinal (which at 1:50 would usually be my personal preference in this instance). But wouldn't necessarily be restricted to these options - I could go shopping.
    Any help from the knowledgeable would be appreciated very much.

    Thanks in advance of any suggestions.
    Best, John

    p.s. The Massive Dev chart references the new versions "Plus-X" with the Kodak revised times, but unfortunately not the old version.
     
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    Old Plus-X Technical Data Sheet

    Here is a copy of the old technical data sheet.

    Neal Wydra
     

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    Thanks muchly David - I wasn't sure if this was the old Pan version(?!) Thanks muchly Neal - very useful.
    best, John
     
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    A battery of tests circa 1980 revealed that my particular technique and equipment yielded the best results (N)developed in D76 1:0 5.5 minutes at 20 deg. C. See some results on my gallery, e. g. "Winter Morning on Spa Creek".
     
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    Thanks Dr. B.