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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    I do 120 and 35mm together all the time. Try 11min at 20C for 1:50 as a good starting point.
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    11 min is better than 13?

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    Have a great shoot tonight! Look forward to hearing of your success!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerry M View Post
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    11 min is better than 13?
    Depends on what you plan to do with the negs and the contrast of the scenes. I personally pull back a little on my development times as I often scan the negs and find that is better for the results I want. And I often over-expose the film slightly and then cut development time back about 10% in contrasty situations.
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    Just make sure you have sufficient developer (concentrate) for the amount of film being processed.

    The instructions for Rodinal say 10ml/roll (1 roll of 35mm/36 or 1 roll of 120 or 1 8x10 sheet),
    so 2 rolls = 20ml * 50 = 1000 ml of liquid. Is your tank that large?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leigh B View Post
    Just make sure you have sufficient developer (concentrate) for the amount of film being processed.

    The instructions for Rodinal say 10ml/roll (1 roll of 35mm/36 or 1 roll of 120 or 1 8x10 sheet),
    so 2 rolls = 20ml * 50 = 1000 ml of liquid. Is your tank that large?

    - Leigh
    I was going to use a JOBO 1520 w/1530 ext. I better measure the combined stack. Seems like I did two rolls of 120 with them but it's been too long to remember .

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    It worked out very well. Images posted to gallery, one 645 and one 35mm. Thanks to all for your input.
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    They look great! What time/temp/dilution did you end up doing?
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    Andy,
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    dil= 1:50
    temp= 68'F/20'C
    time= 11.5 min

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