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    Oh yeah, Tetenal Blue, I'm sure Everybody knows how that works..(teeny sarcasm).

    You'd think he'd try ID-11 or D-76 or even Rodinal. But hey, if he wants to use a variant of an uncommon developer to test his footnote, have fun. Its just not very useful review to most people.

    (In all fairness, I still have some Tetenal Blue in vials, don't know if they are any good still, maybe I'll Test it with some Kodak Plus-X Aerocon...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    You've got to wonder, how many people are using Heiland AM50. Anyone know exactly what kind of developer it is?
    AM 50 is from Amaloco a Dutch company and is a well known developer in Europe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Lime View Post
    This may be of interest to some here.

    http://www.imx.nl/photo/film_2/new_k...0_april_8.html
    Why not, in the first place, developping/testing this new emulsion with the T-max developper??

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    Interesting report. I noticed the densities and thought its just a typo.
    AM50 is Pyrocatechine/natrium hydroxide, Amaloco are a small Dutch company. Erwin is Dutch possibly he is a tester or promoter of their wares.
    here is a PDF in Dutch:
    http://www.amaloco.nl/pdf/am50_nl.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred View Post
    Why not, in the first place, developping/testing this new emulsion with the T-max developper??

    Fred
    Never mind TMax developer, why not do the test in good old D-76? That's the standard by which all the others are measured, and the developer around which just about every common B&W film is designed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RidingWaves View Post
    You'd think he'd try ID-11 or D-76 or even Rodinal. But hey, if he wants to use a variant of an uncommon developer to test his footnote, have fun. Its just not very useful review to most people.
    And you think you'd know that ID-11 and D-76 are basically the same thing? Sorry couldn't resist. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Antony View Post
    Interesting report. I noticed the densities and thought its just a typo.
    AM50 is Pyrocatechine/natrium hydroxide, Amaloco are a small Dutch company. Erwin is Dutch possibly he is a tester or promoter of their wares.
    here is a PDF in Dutch:
    http://www.amaloco.nl/pdf/am50_nl.pdf
    It looks like an interesting developer, but not too much like what most people would use for 35mm (it being a Leica-oriented site)--D76/ID11, Xtol, T-max, Microdol-X, Perceptol, Microphen, Rodinal, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Verizzo View Post
    ...strange density sequence.
    with a godawful lot of fog. especially for such light densities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c6h6o3 View Post
    with a godawful lot of fog. especially for such light densities.
    For users of the developer, does AM 50 produce a lot of background stain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    For users of the developer, does AM 50 produce a lot of background stain?
    it must. Isn't Windisch catechol basically pyrocatechin and NaOH like AM50?

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