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    Ok that's clear, thank you . I was thinking : since we have a too dark image the dmax should be lowered, but you mean that the image 'quality' will suffer from that. Like there won't be 100% dark darks, right?
    Now let's see if the projector is capable of seeing through that high density...

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    I don't think the minuscule quantities of hypo affect in any way the Dmax.
    I read somewhere (G. Haist) that hypo in the first developer serves as "developing nucleation center" (sorry for my being non technical) that is it mainly helps grains to be developable.

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