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    I am unfamiliar with trion 100, is it a commercial antifoggant?
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    no, i think it is a surfactant used in photo flow and sistan
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    Did you mean Triton X-100 which is a common surfactant?
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    Yes, i did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    keith,
    you are right, and that is exactly what i do. iuse either a yellow filter on the taking lens ora self-madepre-exposure filterrto reduce contrast
    . now i want to make a plastic daylight tank to develop the paper within a minute or two. this way, i won't need the expensive polaroid any longer.
    Depending on the format, a Paterson Orbital could be ideal. But do you really need to use a monobath? I am not aware of any monobath will complete within 2 minutes.

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    A fast RC paper (Ilford) should develop in 30 seconds to a minute. If permanence is not a goal, you could simply rinse or stop the print and not bother fixing it. Even if you do want to fix it, that should only take another 30 seconds or minute.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterSense View Post
    A fast RC paper (Ilford) should develop in 30 seconds to a minute. If permanence is not a goal, you could simply rinse or stop the print and not bother fixing it. Even if you do want to fix it, that should only take another 30 seconds or minute.
    Which monobath formula develops and fixes the paper that fast? I would be interested to know the formula out of curiosity.

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    I never said anything about a monobath.
    f/22 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tapscott. View Post
    Which monobath formula develops and fixes the paper that fast? I would be interested to know the formula out of curiosity.
    The Monobath Manual lists 14 monobaths which develop paper in 30 sec to 3 min.
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