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    Your paper and the developer?

    Mine at present are Adox MCP 310 and Adox Adotol Liquid NE. In future, I will switch to Adox MCC 110.
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    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

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    hallo

    kentmere pe glossy in dektol
    efke emaks in dektol
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    Forte Polywarmtone and ID-78, when the Polywarmtone runs out then most lkely Fomatone MG C;assic.

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    ilford pq universal seems to be a fine combination with ilford papers... dektol seems ok, maybe not that much different. curious about amidol developer, wondering how much of a noticable difference any of it makes in the end unless you are developing with diluted sollutions or maybe warmtone developers.

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    Ilford WT Fibre and MGIV Fibre in Ansco/PF 130 about 2 min 45 s, then Selenium (KRST) 1+9.
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    Fomabrom Variant IV mat and Efke Varycon Mat with Agfa 135 1:1 Followed by a bath in Rollei/Maco Selenium toner 1:4.

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    Ilford MGIV in Ilford Multrigrade

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    Ilford MGIV FB Glossy in Ilford PQ Universal

    I will try Ilford Galerie, some day...

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    Champion universal developer for paper, I find it very good with paper, but with film I find the results could have been better thus don't use it for film, but for £3.70 for 1L concentrate it makes a superb paper developer

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    It varies more than it should. The developer is pretty well standardized to Defender 54-D, although others may creep in depending on the paper and pure whim. The papers vary quite a bit, but it's mostly Ilford Multigrade RC (coldtone). Lately I have been working with Adox RC papers, and I rather like them. Forma is usually my choice for a warmtone paper, with some confusion when it comes to a warmtone developer.

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