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    JOBO dev with ID 11...

    Hi all,
    i might target a small group there, but does anyone have background or tried development on jobo with id 11?
    especially regarding temperature change to minimize dev times... mainly concern about the grain.
    i'm focusing on fp4 at the momment.
    cheers

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    Can you ever go wrong with ID11?

    on the other hand FP4 is always wrong .s

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambrogea View Post
    Hi all,
    i might target a small group there, but does anyone have background or tried development on jobo with id 11?
    especially regarding temperature change to minimize dev times... mainly concern about the grain.
    i'm focusing on fp4 at the momment.
    cheers
    For D-76 diluted 1+1, my time for FP4 Plus in a Jobo CPA2 with the Jobo lift is 9':45" at 20*C (without a pre-rinse). The time with , ID-11 should be very similar. Increase the time if the contrast is not enough or reduce if it is too much.
    In some of the Kodak publications, the times given for rotary tube processing is the same as the small-tank times for inversion agitation, so you will need to experiment.
    Last edited by Keith Tapscott.; 08-17-2012 at 04:46 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Dear ambrogea,

    Good news! The developing time for FP4+ in ID11 stock at 68°F is going to end in the 7:15 range. There is no reason to raise the temperature as you will save little time.

    Have fun,

    Neal Wydra



 

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