Sorry, dilution 1+9 Ilfotec dd-x. If it is reticulation is there anything that can reduce it? I have seen some quite passable images in b&w on 110. Will post an example later so you can see what I am getting at?
Processing in a temperature controlled jobo rotary processor with continuous auto reversing agitation.
Dev time is 16 mins @20C, I processed for about 12 mins @25C
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If you view the photo full screen, you can see what I am getting at. the grey areas. particularly faces appear "dotty". is that a function of frame size or development?
Processing Orca 110 with Ilfotec DD-x
Looks over developed ... That's what mine look like when the film is too dense from overdevelopment and scanned.
Originally Posted by wilwahabri
Pretty good detail for 110 though.
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Not being too expert at this, I thought that might be the case, get a similar effect if a PCB is left in the ferric chloride too long the copper tracks get eroded.
Reckon I'll shave two minutes off of the dev time at 25°C and give that a try.
The photo was shot with a Pentax Auto 110 Super, the lenses have a higher resolution than the film can register due to the relative grain size. I get equally good results with my Minolta Auto zooms mkI and mkII, Canon ED 20, Minox 110 and the Rollei E and A110 - all have pretty good lenses, though only the Pentax and Minoltas are SLRs
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