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    Sorry... my scanner is pretty old ColorPage HR7 (Genius)... I could try but only tomonrow or later tonight i will upload them. Don't expect any quality...But hope to make the dots visble. I'll try scann the film today.

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    Lucian, you should try a different developing tank, maybe it is the Corex. That style of tank was dropped a great many years ago by most manufacturers.

    Your only going to find the cure by trying different options.

    Ian

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    If a find one... i would... I'll try to order from internet if they'll send to me... In the stores are pretty absent these days... here...

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    If I was back in the UK I'd send you a Paterson tank, as I have some spare. Where about are you ?

    Perhaps someone else can help.

    Ian

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    Romania No e-bay... no on-line shoping Sad but true! Hope we will get over this and start be regarded as humans!

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    What was the composition/ strength of the short stop?

    In the past, I have had "pinholes" in film, caused by "recommended" acetic acid dilutions.
    Carpe erratum!!

    Ed Sukach, FFP.

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    Your post indicates clear spots. Air bubbles form clear spots on negatives, not black spots.

    Could you clarify this?

    PE

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    @Ed - Stop bath = pure simple water.... no acid solution
    @Photo E - The film was pre-wetted in another tank...

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    Could it be caused by the possibly formed carbon gas in the emulsion when switching from alkali developer to acid stop or fixer.
    I never use a (acid) stopbath for this reason but plenish with a tank fully filled with water agitate 25 seconds and repeat this 3 times (total takes 1'30') before putting the fixer in the tank.

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    Guus Thanks... but I am using watter as a stopbath. After the 8 minutes in developer I remove the spool with film from tank and put it in a bucket filled with watter for about 1 minute ... agitating in the same time the spool with film. After that i place back the spool in the tank (cleaned tank - washed) and fill it with fixer...

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