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    Bergger BPF 200 - developer?

    I was doing some major house cleaning and came upon a roll of 120 Bergger BPF 200 that I shot god knows how many years ago (assume at least a decade ago). I have no idea what's on it, or what if any special treatment it might need vis-a-vis expansion or contraction development, so my plan is to give it normal development. The developers I have available to me are Pyrocat HD and Rodinal. My first inclination, especially because of Bergger's graininess, is to go with the Pyrocat HD. Anyone have any thoughts on dilutions/times for this, or for Rodinal?

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    I use the same film, Classic Pan 200 which is Fortepan 200 and process it in Pyrocat HD, I process for 15mins at 1+1 to 100 @ 20ºC inversion agitation every minute and get great results. I found I have 3 boxes of 10x8 and will shoot it in the next few months.

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