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    The 'oddball' US packaged HC-110 dilutions from syrup.

    Dilution A: 1 oz + 15 oz = 16 oz = 1 pint (2 rolls 35mm in stainless steel tank)
    Dilution B: 1 oz + 31 oz = 32 oz = 1 quart (4 rolls 35mm in stainless steel tank)
    Dilution E: 1 oz + 47 oz = 48 oz = 1.5 quarts
    Dilution H: 1 oz + 63 oz = 64 oz = 2 quarts = 1/2 gallon

    Convenient for using older common measuring cups in the US.

    Other US stock dilutions yield totals of 20, 40, 80, and 120 parts.

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    I started with 12.5 ml for 2 rolls 35mm 36 exp, then down to 10 ml for 2 rolls, and recently 7.5 ml for 2 rolls. No problem so far.

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    Back when I used HC-110 there were 2 versions in Europe. The version for EU was less concentrated. The other one was full strength and most dilutions written all over the books were useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newtorf View Post
    I started with 12.5 ml for 2 rolls 35mm 36 exp, then down to 10 ml for 2 rolls, and recently 7.5 ml for 2 rolls. No problem so far.
    Don't forget that the capacity of a developer is at least partially determined by the exposures on the negatives themselves - high key subjects with lots of light and whites will exhaust a developer more quickly than low key subjects with lots of shadows.

    For that reason, it may be best to be as conservative as Kodak suggests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by georg16nik View Post
    Back when I used HC-110 there were 2 versions in Europe. The version for EU was less concentrated. The other one was full strength and most dilutions written all over the books were useful.
    The one I got is the 1 liter bottle with "full" concentrate (from macodirect).

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ID:	57642 Delta 400 @Ei 200 in HC-110 H 12 mins @20c minimal agitation. . I really like the results.

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    Looks nice John!

    I'm gonna go with


    5cc + ~300cc/Roll (Adapted "H")
    @24° C
    11 minutes
    30 secs inital agitation
    5 sec. / 30 sec.


    For my two rolls of Rollei Retro 80s (@ EI160), and we'll see how that turns out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Felinik View Post
    Looks nice John!

    I'm gonna go with


    5cc + ~300cc/Roll (Adapted "H")
    @24° C
    11 minutes
    30 secs inital agitation
    5 sec. / 30 sec.


    For my two rolls of Rollei Retro 80s (@ EI160), and we'll see how that turns out.
    This is a handy link too. It taught me a lot. http://www.mironchuk.com/hc-110.html

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    John that is indeed a nice looking result.

    Does anyone know what kind of results happen when using a Jobo processor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Bragg View Post
    This is a handy link too. It taught me a lot. http://www.mironchuk.com/hc-110.html
    Thanks! Per coincidence I actually did find and read that page the other day here during my googling..


    Development was just done here (ended up with 1+59, 600cc in total) and I'm waiting for the negs to dry, looks pretty darn nice, will be interesting to take a closer look at these! (I think it's the first film I've seen with a completely transparent/clear base...).

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