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    This might help

    I just learned that Sekonic measures for 14 percent gray instead of 18 percent so if you are using a Sekonic light meter you want to open up 2/3 of a stop. HP5 is a 400 film so shoot at 250. Recommended time for D-76 1:1 is 11 minutes. So you need to up your time but it all depends on how you are agitating. If you are using a gobo, are you at constant agitation? and how fast are you agitating? everything must be taken into account.
    If your neg is thin than you are not processing long enough or you are under exposed.
    I just found this cool site so sorry about the late posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJK View Post
    I just learned that Sekonic measures for 14 percent gray instead of 18 percent
    This is interesting! Where did you get this information from? I could not find it in the handbook.
    Compared to my Gossen Lunasix 3 the readout is identical. I own a brand new L-398A with the new amorph silicon cell. May be this one is different from the old one with seleium cell.

    Ulrich

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