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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tapscott. View Post
    Although I use Ilford B&W films for my 35mm and medium format cameras, I bought a Kodak Readyload holder this week along with a pack of T-Max 100 Readyloads for convenience when using my 4x5 camera.
    Now that I have bought the Readyload holder and the film, I was wondering if there are any regular users of 100TMX out there who have any hints and tips for getting the best out of this film for traditional silver gelatin print enlargements?

    Cheers.
    I shot a bunch of TMX 4x5 developed in Rodinal. I was using an ISO of 64.

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    I must say that using TFX2 I see the ability to get slightly higher speed, but then non-solvent developers do act that way with a lot of films. More testing is to be done.

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