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    It's been mentioned but save up your film and run full tanks. I don't remember how bit the CPP is but it'll likely handle at least six rolls of 120. It's the same time to do six rolls versus one. Of course the real time saver is to get a second processor and run both at once -)

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    My solution: shoot few types of film, and use large tanks. I have a 5-roll and an 8-roll tank so if I have enough film of the right type, I can get 13 rolls of film developed in a little over an hour. Using an all-alkaline process helps, too; no stop bath to mix, no hypo clearing agent to use, and a shorter wash, too.

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    Thanks for the replies. A second tank and some reels sounds like a good idea. I use plastic reels too which often are troublesome to load, I think I'll change them also.

    Sorry for posting this in Product Availability, I've no idea why I did

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