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    Rayco Ultra Fine-Grain B&W Negative Developer.

    This formula is closely related to Geoffrey Crawley`s FX-9 and FX-10 developers and is published in a book called RAYCO REVEALS.

    Sodium Sulphite, anhydrous = 100 grams
    Hydroquinone = 6 grams
    CD-4 = 8 grams
    Borax = 4 grams
    Boric acid = 3 grams
    Water to make 1 Litre.

    Develop Ilford FP4 Plus for 8 minutes at 20*C. Other films by test strip and don`t forget to experiment with the formula.

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    I would like to see a copy as well if you wouldn't mind. Thanks, Les

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    Same here. The folks at the Rayko center here would get a kick out of it, and maybe even start a project around it.
    Vince Donovan

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