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    Check out Francesco's post in another APUG thread: http://www.apug.org/forums/showthrea...t=11396&page=3

    My own experience with J&C Classic 400 developed in Pyrocat HD echos Francesco's. In other words, it is an excellent film/developer combination - especially with semi-stand agitation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjsphoto
    What is DDX?


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    Ilford DD-X.

    Label recommends 1+4 but I like it 1+9. Gives maybe half a stop additional speed over D-76, which I use 1+2.

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    Ilfotec DDX is a liquid developer from Ilford. IMHO similar to Microphen.

    Very low grain, nice pucshing ability.
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    Ilfotec DD-X is a Ilford developer sold in liquid form. I think that what's ddx must stand for.

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    These may be the two D’s in Ilfotec DD-X:
    Diethylene Glycol
    Diethylenetriamine Pentaacetic Acid – Na5

    As a previous post indicated, Ilfotec DD-X produces results that are similar to those produced by Ilford Microphen, based on Ilford’s descriptive literature and the DD-X Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

    See the Ilfotec DD-X MSDS:
    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/pdf/ms...d/b&w/DD-X.PDF
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    The original Ilfotec DD stands for Dip and Dunk.

    Then the Ilford guys realized they could tweak it for hand processing and called it DDX
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    ARISTA EDU/Fortepan NOT Same as Classicpan (from Berlin)

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnywalker
    I haven't tried the film, but I did a lot of looking at 400 films before ordering mine (I got Arista.Edu 400, which I understand is the same film as the J&C Classic 400 and the Fortepan 400) and I never ran across that statement about the film. Mine hasn't arrived yet, but I'll also be interested the replies you get.

    Happy New Year,
    I think there may be some confusion. Arista EDU IS FOrtepan, but NOT "J&C Classic". This is a film they bring in from Berlin Germany, which is called "Classicpan", and comes in a variety of speeds. I'm hoping to get some Berlin REaL variety over, and do some tests. I've goe some friends in the Fatherland, will ask for a pickup.

    Rolleijoe

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    J&C Classic, Classicpan, and Arista.EDU are all rebranded Fortepan. John from J&C has posted this here before, and I've discussed it in e-mail with Mirko from fotoimpex.de.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    J&C Classic, Classicpan, and Arista.EDU are all rebranded Fortepan. John from J&C has posted this here before, and I've discussed it in e-mail with Mirko from fotoimpex.de.
    This is correct.

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    John,

    When do you expect to have Classic 400 in 120 format back in stock?
    "If You Push Something Hard Enough, It Will fall over" - Fudd's First Law of Opposition

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