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    David, I'll second using Pyrocat HD 1:1:100 with neopan-400. Expose it at ISO 200 and go through the usual presoak for 3 minutes at 70 Deg F.

    Throw in your pyro (also at 70 deg F) and start the timer for a countdown from 14 minutes. Agitate for the first two minutes, then again for 10 seconds at 9 minutes, repeat at 6 minutes, and repeat at 3 minutes. Stop and fix as usual. This is my standard 400 speed film and process for pretty much everything I do.

    Negs produced will print really well!
    Please check out my website www.amoxomphotography.com and APUG Portfolio .....

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    David,

    I have used Ilfotec HC to develop Neopan 400 @ E.I. 400 (645 format) with good shadow detail, low grain, and reasonably high sharpness.

    Tom.

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    I think that ID11 1+1 and XTOL 1+1 work very well with Neopan 400. I will send out my postcard in the next days, then you will have an example of Neopan 400 in ID11 1+1. I will add an enlarged part of it as another postcard so that you can see how it performs. Postcards are a bit small.

    Ah, too bad, now I see that you are looking for a liquid concentrate ...

    Cheers
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    I love Rodinal 1+50 for Neopan, it's my favourite combination at the moment.

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    In 35mm, I like Neopan in DD-X and Clayton F76+. I have almost entirely switched to F76+ because it gives very good film speed and small grain.

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    I have two mystery rolls sitting here that I am going to try with rodinal 1+100 for 20 minutes.

    Sound about right?

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    Yeah, that sounds right, but look it up to be sure.

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    Neopan 400 is my main film in medium format. I soup it in X-tol 1:1 for 8 min @ 70 degrees for most lighting situations. My other combo, which is great for overcast days (low contrast) is Rodinal 1:50 for 12 min. agitate first minute then once at 9 min mark, 6 min mark, and 3 min mark. Excellent sharpness and great tonality!

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    I am looking for a liquid concentrate developer to use with Neopan 400.

    Is anyone using Zonal Pro Gamma Plus?

    Any other suggestions?
    HC-110

    Its cheap, its liquid, it works miracles, it makes my nipples perky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polybun View Post
    HC-110

    Its cheap, its liquid, it works miracles, it makes my nipples perky.
    I'm going to run out and buy some right now!

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