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    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?

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    Processing Orca 110 with Ilfotec DD-x

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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?
    Looks over developed ... That's what mine look like when the film is too dense from overdevelopment and scanned.

    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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