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    I love the 100 and 400 in 35mm and 120. Haven't tried the asa 200 yet.

    I found that it doesn't like Ilfosol at all and HC-110, D-76, Clayton F76+ all work very nicely.

    My experience is it can over develop easily and gets grainy fast with aggressive agitation. I like to agitate one or two smooth, soft inversions per minute.

    I'm just a beginner with home development and haven't printed with the enlarger yet.

    Oh... I don't get any curling problems. Coastal Southern California, drying in a steamy shower.

    It can attract a lot of dust and is easy to scratch before it's really dry.
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    Humm, I run it in my Jobo and it doesn't seem to mind. I use a 5 minute water pre-soak followed by D76 1+1 for about 10% less time than called for - well I also run it at 75F like all my film, because that works better in the CPE2 without a cold water inlet (or, in my current darkroom, any cold water to hook to it even if I had it!) and adjust the time per the Ilford chart for time adjustments with temperature changes. It gives a slightly "punchy" negative but I like that. A bit grainy but again I'm only shooting it in 120 and 4x5 so I'm not too concerned. Don't see the grain in 4x5 even so and not bad in 6x6.

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    Bad?? Grain is why I shoot film!
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    That's fine but if I want more grain I'll be sure to shoot 35mm, not my medium format or 4x5 cameras.

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    Sounds like an interesting film to try out. I think I will get a brick and see what its like.
    Is the emulsion on this film "hardened", or will I need some hardening fixer?

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    With the Fomapan films you do not need a Hardening fixer, but I find it doesn't like an acid stop bath, I use 3 changes of water as a stop, invert the tank 15 times each change, with the 120 that clears the green anti halation layer.
    Richard

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    So far all I have used as a stop bath is tap water. I have a Patterson tank with the special hose they sell as an accessory. I find that 5 minutes seems to do a nice job. I might be over doing it, I don't know,I'm still new to this. I've been at it 3 years, but in that time I've gone through 3 of the smaller Arista 12(?)oz bottles of developer. The films I have used so far are HP5+, Legacy Pro,and Arista Premium 100.

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    5 minute wash as a stop is overdoing it, try the inversion method, works fine,

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