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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hoskinson View Post
    Here is the FX-2 working solution formula that I am using. I got it directly from Patrick Dignan in 1970
    Thank you!

    Can I ask what films you've tried and if you have some starting development times? A group of us are getting ready to run some tests on some films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neanderman View Post
    Thank you!

    Can I ask what films you've tried and if you have some starting development times? A group of us are getting ready to run some tests on some films.

    Ed
    Ed I've tried TMax 100 TMAX 400 TMY with good results (I have not tried Kodak's new version ofTMY yet), Also EFKE 100, 50 & 25 With FX-2, diluted 1:1 at 20deg. C, gentle agitation for the first minute, then stand for 20 minutes without agitation, followed by gentle agitation for 30 - 40 seconds, stand for 20 minutes without agitation, followed by gentle agitation for 30 - 40 seconds, stand for 20 minutes without agitation, total development time about 60 minutes.

    I define gentle agitation in a small tank as gentle inversion of the tank while smoothly twisting or rotating it.
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