PanF+ and Pyrocat HD

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by jthacker43, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. jthacker43

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    I'm assuming 1:1:100 at 20 or 21 C. Anyone have a starting point for development time? I use a JOBO rotary processor.
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    Unsure, but I get great results with PMK 1:2:100 at 7:30 at 20-21 C, EI 50. See if you can find a film that has similar PMK times and find its Pyrocat HD time for a starting point.

    Alternatively, that's 75% of the time (10:00) I use with PMK for FP4 Plus at box speed.
     
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    That's pretty much what I'm doing. Let you know what I come with.
     
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    I think I used to do Pan F at 72 degrees for 8 minutes (high contrast), 10 for mid, and 12 for super high if I recall.