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    Does someone know the time development of Arista Premium 400? On the massive chart, most of the information is related to the old version.

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    Didn't know there are new and old versions. After all, it just came out about four years ago. Pretty short time to reformulate, especially since it's been a given that these films are Plus and Tri-X.

    Regardless of conjecture, here's the chart directly from Freestyle.

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/arista_premium.php?pg=2

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    That chart shows same time for AP 400 as Tri-X in D76 1:1. AP100 is same time as Plus-X in D76 1:1.
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    You're responding to a ~5 year old thread. This isn't new; it's still de-branded Tri-X. Plug in Tri-X into the Massive Dev Chart and prosper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viridari View Post
    You're responding to a ~5 year old thread. This isn't new; it's still de-branded Tri-X. Plug in Tri-X into the Massive Dev Chart and prosper.
    The same note can be seen on the Mass Chart with the Tri-X film.
    Here's the note:

    Note [29] Data is taken from a previous version of this film. Starting point time remains the same.


    http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart...110&mdc=Search

    A lot of the mass. chart is intoxicated with this kind of note.

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    I will rely to this chart, of course.
    Thank you !



    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Verizzo View Post
    Didn't know there are new and old versions. After all, it just came out about four years ago. Pretty short time to reformulate, especially since it's been a given that these films are Plus and Tri-X.

    Regardless of conjecture, here's the chart directly from Freestyle.

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/arista_premium.php?pg=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Verizzo View Post
    Didn't know there are new and old versions. After all, it just came out about four years ago.
    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/arista_premium.php?pg=2
    There are "old" and "new" times for TX400 and 400TX respecivly. The Arista Premium should use the times for 400TX. Note that there has been some controversy for the time calulated by Kodak for HC-110B for this film. There should be a thread on this topic.
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    I have never used Arista Premium, but I have had good luck running new Tri-x with the "old" times in HC-110. I would not hesitate to run AP400 at the old tri-x times.
    Tri-X in HC-110 forever.

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    As I said up above, the Mass Chart gives the impression that Arista Premium 400 has an old and new emulsion, although I think they only copied off the times related to the Tri-X film, old and new...
    Quote Originally Posted by cmacd123 View Post
    There are "old" and "new" times for TX400 and 400TX respecivly. The Arista Premium should use the times for 400TX. Note that there has been some controversy for the time calulated by Kodak for HC-110B for this film. There should be a thread on this topic.

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