So being pretty new on this (started shooting analog and souping in March this year) I am now on my way to develop using HC-110 for the first time. I have two rolls (35mm) of Rollei Retro 80s, shot @160, following a recipe using HC-110 dilution H.
Reading up on it I find that dilution H (as all of you most probably already know here) is double the water of dilution B. Looking at the HC-110 liter bottle it says dilution B is 1+31, which then means dilution H is 1+62 ..!!
This is just fantastic, using my Paterson tank with 2 reels the total amount of fluid is 580 cc, 580/63 = 9,2 cc, meaning that my liter bottle of HC-110 will last for ages (108x2 rolls!!).
I'm just amazed, is this really correct?