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    No it's on the Kodak chart
    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...bs/j78/j78.pdf

    It is not clear at all, but the new one is 6.5 minutes not 9.

    As 6.5 minutes is th time for T-Max 100 in the current data sheet for T-Max 100
    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...4016/f4016.pdf

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    Two additional points:

    First, Kodak eliminated some colors from their film packaging a while back, ostensibly to save money (black ink is cheaper...). The film is the same, don't worry.

    Second and more important, Kodak's development times for the newer generation of films have been notoriously inaccurate. They should be aware of this, but have done nothing. The times for Tri-X in HC-110 are especially crazy, sometimes approaching half of that for the old emulsion.

    I would err on the side of longer development or even use the times for the older emulsions as a starting point for determining my own personal times.

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    Two additional points:

    First, Kodak eliminated some colors from their film packaging a while back, ostensibly to save money (black ink is cheaper...). The film is the same, don't worry.

    Second and more important, Kodak's development times for the newer generation of films have been notoriously inaccurate. They should be aware of this, but have done nothing. The times for Tri-X in HC-110 are especially crazy, sometimes approaching half of that for the old emulsion.

    I would err on the side of longer development or even use the times for the older emulsions as a starting point for determining my own personal times.

    Best,

    Doremus


    www.DoremusScudder.com

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