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    Quote Originally Posted by cjbecker View Post
    Hc110 would be another choice. Or just buy the 1L bags of d76 and whenever you need to soup some film just mix one of the 1L bags and roll with it until its gone.
    Good recommendation. From what I understand HC-110 was designed to be a liquid version of D76, so if that's what you normally use, HC-110 would be perfect. It's super concentrated, easy to mix, and lasts forever, even in high temperatures. The developer part is easy. The fixer would be more problematic in my opinion, since you need a concentrate that takes up more volume than film developer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Good recommendation. From what I understand HC-110 was designed to be a liquid version of D76, so if that's what you normally use, HC-110 would be perfect. It's super concentrated, easy to mix, and lasts forever, even in high temperatures. The developer part is easy. The fixer would be more problematic in my opinion, since you need a concentrate that takes up more volume than film developer.
    Wait is this true? Are they basically the same developer?


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    They are not the same developer and the formulation is completely different. But the differences in working characteristics are normally relatively small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R 1974 View Post
    They are not the same developer and the formulation is completely different. But the differences in working characteristics are normally relatively small.
    Thank you, Michael. That is what I meant to say. Man, it isn't so much what we do say, but what we leave out in assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    Good recommendation. From what I understand HC-110 was designed to be a liquid version of D76, so if that's what you normally use, HC-110 would be perfect. It's super concentrated, easy to mix, and lasts forever, even in high temperatures. The developer part is easy. The fixer would be more problematic in my opinion, since you need a concentrate that takes up more volume than film developer.
    fixer is ez
    it is just a ovaltine jar with old fashioned hypo and a tablespoon ...

    people always over complicate everything it is easy to keep things simple
    ask me how ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    fixer is ez
    it is just a ovaltine jar with old fashioned hypo and a tablespoon ...

    people always over complicate everything it is easy to keep things simple
    What's in ovaltine that helps fix?


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    What's in ovaltine that helps fix?


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    ... its just a container for dry sodium thiosulfate in so you don't have to bring a 50lb bag with you on the road.
    ask me how ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    ... its just a container for dry sodium thiosulfate in so you don't have to bring a 50lb bag with you on the road.
    Oh lol! Thanks


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    I don't think you can get it in US, otherwise Ilford LC29 - the developer I use all the time. Mixes at 1:19 or 1:29.

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