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    Haven't a clue.

    Quote Originally Posted by mohawk View Post
    Hey Paul,

    Do you happen to know what the according dev time would be for lets say TMY-2 pushed to 1600 ?
    Just made an observation.

    Instructions for pushing TMY is in the data sheet for up to 3200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Verizzo View Post
    No mention of development times, nor how
    they came up with 1:23.

    It will never be fine grain, of course, cuz that
    80 grams of sulfite is spread mighty thin.
    Probably very high acutance.
    The amount of film and time developed and the solution
    volume would give the whole story. Dektol is a carbonated
    metol hydroquinone developer with sulfite. Likely at that
    dilution, 1:23, compensating development predominated.

    1:23? Easy. Worked REALLY GOOD! Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hoskinson View Post
    Actually, John develops film in diluted Ansco 130. I occasionally do so, as well.
    I have developed several rolls of 35mm TMAX-100 in Ansco 130 diluted 20:1 - one shot developer use with minimal agitation. I also tried it at 10:1 - it worked ok, but I found that liked 20:1 better (more compensation effects).
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