I've ben out shooting some long exposures with my Mamiya RZ.
The first roll of Adox CHS 25 came out really thin and underexposed.
I developed it in HC-110 dilution B for 7 minutes agitation first 30s and then 5s every 30s as recommended on the bottle.
It seems as the contrast is high, but the negs are too thin and underexposed.
The massive devchart suggests dilution H 7 mins for iso 50, but my logic tells me you need more time in the developer with a thinner diluted developer. Am I right?
Any tips on how to make the next roll come out better with this developer? With more shadow detail.
I think I might have underexposed the film a bit, as result of a miscalculation of filter factors and reciprocity failure in the field.
I also have the Moersch eco developer at hand, which I've enjoyed very much with other films. but no developing time for the adox film.