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    foma 100 stand development, rodinal or d-76?

    What would be the best developer for foma 100 stand developed?

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    hallo

    i would say rodinal 1:100 for one hour

    i dont think that d-76 is a developer for standdevelopment. (but maybe another one will know more about this)

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    edit found some times an dilutions http://www.photomalaysia.com/forums/....php?p=1329858
    its trix but as startpoint it should work
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    If those are your only choices, then definitly Rodinal.
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    you would suggest other developers?

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    Pyrocat-HD is excellent for stand develpment, as well as normal developing. My question to you is why stand development.
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    Hello Rick,

    so I can switch the ISO setting on my camera on the same roll and still do 1 development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pierods View Post
    Hello Rick,

    so I can switch the ISO setting on my camera on the same roll and still do 1 development.
    Have you varied the ISO greatly or just a stop up or stop down? I would be thrilled if I could do more then one stop at a time.

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    recommended steps:

    1) get diafine 2) shoot at whatever EI you like

    Diafine > rodinal

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    markrewald: I have varied greatly

    olleorama: unfortunately i don't like the look of diafine at any speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by pierods View Post
    markrewald: I have varied greatly

    olleorama: unfortunately i don't like the look of diafine at any speed
    Me either.
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