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    D-76 1+1 is excellent with either Tmax 400 or 100. The 3200 is the only Tmax film you really need Tmax Developer for, it does not do well in D-76. As others have said, Tmax Developer diluted 1+7 is very good too.
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    The folks at Rangefinder Forum have already discussed this very subject.

    Look here to read the discussion: http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...d.php?t=110793
    (Example photos included.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    The folks at Rangefinder Forum have already discussed this very subject.

    Look here to read the discussion: http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...d.php?t=110793
    (Example photos included.)
    Just a side note: You have to be a member to view the photos.
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    One of the few pitfalls of automatic login...
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    If your volumes are reasonably consistent, T-Max RS developer used with replenishment works out to be quite economical.
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    I tried T-max 400 for a while (8 x 10 sheet film) and was amazed at the look of the negatives developed with PMK Pyro (they looked fabulous). Was there a difference in the look of the prints between something like PMK and HC110? Hard to tell since my enlargements are only 4x at the most. I never tried it with T-max developer.

    However, I've heard from some people that Pyro with larger sheet film developed in trays might give different results that roll film in tanks.
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    Well, my first roll is loaded in the RB and I'm just waiting for the sun to break through. I'll try the first roll with the T-Max developer and then try another roll with SPD, I guess.
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    Off topic from your question but TMAX (especially 2TMY) and D76 is awesome.
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    It didn't stop raining until late in the afternoon today but I took a quick stroll with T-Max 400 loaded in the RB. I developed it in T-Max dev. for 7 minutes at 20C. The photos weren't particularly spectacular but I was very happy with the film and the development seemed ok for a first try too.

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    I'll try developing the next roll in SPD and see how it looks.
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    I developed the second roll of T-Max 400 in Fujifilm Super Prodol (SPD). I looked at various numbers on the MDC and found it all rather confusing. Anyway, I decided to use a very generic number and developed it for 7 minutes, the same as I did with the T-Max developer. The good news is that I thought the results were just fine!

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