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    You could standardize on a slightly higher temperature. Constant agitation (as in rotation) shortens the time too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKrull View Post
    FP4 125, 9.5 minutes
    Try 12.5 minutes at 68F/20C.

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    in coffee it will be even longer .. it takes me 30+ minutes to process film
    and all of it nomatter the brand or asa takes the same amount of time ...

    and in ansco130 1:6 or 1:10 @ 72º take about 8.5 mins no matter the film &c ...
    dektol ( d-72 ) 1:7 7 mins @ 68º

    you can always use a different developer
    im empty, good luck

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    Just goes to show...I develop in a Jobo so I just read a book until the timer goes off, and I standardized on 75F because my Jobo will heat but not cool and my ambient temperatures are near 75 in the summer anyway (occasionally more like 76.) So this would never have occurred to me.

    When I saw the title of the thread I was wondering if it might be about pushability. One of the things I liked about Plus-X was how well it responded to Diafine. I liked Plus-X at 400 in Diafine better in some respects than Tri-X at box speed in normal developers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKrull View Post
    According to the Massive Dev Chart, Eastman Double X (the closest name I can find to "Super XX cine") takes 10 minutes at 1:1 for ISO250.

    I can't say I've ever seen that for sale at B&H.
    My recipe:
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    9 min. @ 68 degrees
    30 seconds initial agitation followed by 2 inversions every 30 seconds.
    Prints out at G 1.5 - 2.0 on a condenser enlarger.
    I buy 400 foot cores from Kodak, 1-800-621-3456.

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    MattKrull,

    I understand your feeling. Part of my affinity for Panatomic-X is the recommended Fix time of 2-4 minutes, compared to 5-10 minutes for other film.

    Completely trivial but adds to the pleasure of working in the darkroom.

    Now that I am more results-oriented (develop to contrast index, fix twice the time to clear), the difference is even less meaningful.

    And of course, now that I am hooked completely, a few minutes extra processing time has no bearing on anything.

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    Orwo is around, not to worry. They sell out every shipment quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikg View Post
    +1

    Seems like a strange priority.
    My thoughts too. I think about the speed and quality of the film, and whatever it takes to develop, so be it.
    Bruce

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    I just processed a roll of expired 220 Plus-X shot at 100 asa with Rodinal 1:50. 13 minutes based on the Massive Development Chart. For Acros 100 shot at box speed with Rodinal 1:50, the time is 13.5 minutes. I think it's more to do with the developer being used than with Plus-X.

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    Just go hc110 dilution A! I done it many times with extra marvelous results. You'll be around the 3,4,5 minutes mark with any film.

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