A few weeks ago I got a couple older film cameras and have shot about six rolls. Now I'd like to take the next step and start developing the negatives. I thought I'd start working with 'Arista EDU Ultra B&W 100 ISO' and 'Arista Premium B&W 400 ISO' from FreeStyle, since that film is so inexpensive. I'm using D-76 for developer. I looked up development times for the two films. The Arista Premium 400 documentation on FreeStyle gives one time for full strength and 1:1. OTOH Arista EDU 100 lists a range of times:
Kodak D-76 Stock 6 - 7 (min)
Kodak D-76 1:1 8 - 10 (min)
I could just start at 6 minutes, using stock, and try 7 minutes the next time, and so on. But I thought maybe someone would have some thoughts on a good place to start for 'time in developer' for this film. Any thoughts?