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    HC-110 dilution chart

    I put up a page on my web site that has a chart which shows how much syrup and water you need for HC-110 dilutions A through H, in quantities from 100ml to 1000ml working solution at 50ml intervals. The page also has links to other HC-110 resources (and APUG, of course!).

    You can see it here.
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    Good information. thanks!

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    Good work! Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice. I use HC-110 with some films although Rodinal is my main dev.
    May I copy/paste the chart into my darkroom notes?

    Morten

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Nice. I use HC-110 with some films although Rodinal is my main dev.
    May I copy/paste the chart into my darkroom notes?

    Morten
    Morten, are you using original (US) syrup, or the "European" packaging?
    I got "European" packaging, which is already diluted - it says it is to be used at 1+19 ratio for developing...
    Got some nice results with it - for faster films (ASA 400) which do not work well with Rodinal

    Denis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis P.
    Morten, are you using original (US) syrup, or the "European" packaging?
    I got "European" packaging, which is already diluted - it says it is to be used at 1+19 ratio for developing...
    Got some nice results with it - for faster films (ASA 400) which do not work well with Rodinal

    Denis
    I use the syrup concentrate.

    About the use of faster films (ASA 400+) in Rodinal. It works VERY good. It is just a matter of taste. I use Tri-X @ 1600 in Rodinal with great results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Nice. I use HC-110 with some films although Rodinal is my main dev.
    May I copy/paste the chart into my darkroom notes?

    Morten
    Feel free to use it as you wish.

    I should mention (and I will edit the page today), that this is for the U.S. version of the concentrate. I'll make a second chart for the Euro version and post it tonight.
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    Bob, I might mention that the chart formatting is seriously fowled up when viewed with Netscape 7.2. Perhaps you could put the information into an HTML table, so all browsers will show it correctly? Or if it is in a table, ensure that all the "end" marks are there -- Internet Explorer seemingly doesn't care about those, but Netscape is much closer to a "standards compliant" browser implementation and will give pretty bizarre results with stuff that works perfectly in IE (and vice versa, I might add: "Standards are what we say they are" -- Mythical Microsoft spokesman).
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    can you provide a version in Excel? Please...
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    speed in hc110

    Does anyone else get a somewhat slow speed in hc110?

    I recently tested dilution h hc110 (I assured enough solution so dev. exhaustion not a problem) with the new TMAX 100.

    Measuring speed by .1 over film base plus fog, I have to rate TMAX 100 at around 25.

    Don't know if anyone else seen this?

    Also, HC110 is known for having a more "swept" shaped film curve, as opposed to more toe and shoulder. Does this have any adverse effects? I was thinking the toe and shoulder of devloping paper might be ill-matched for this kind of curve, but I have not done enough tests...

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