or try TDLC-103
Metol - 1g
Sodium sulfite - 5g
NaHCO3 (baking soda) - 10g
it`s for one shot. I`ve tried this with Fomapan 100 (EI 50). It`s a really low contrast developer, and shoud get 10 stop range with documental film, and it`s really chep
Similar to Beutler's save for the bicarbonate rather than the
Originally Posted by Marczak
carbonate; a less active developer. A typical formula for highly
compensating developers save for that low level of activity.
Even greater compensation can be had from FX-1. Note
a low level of the developing agent metol is usual;
ie, used very dilute.
For a Very simple developer try 1 gram metol + 10 grams
of sodium sulfite to make one liter; actually a D-23 variant.
For starters, half that liter per roll. As little as a quarter
liter should do but will take some time. Dan
Thank you to all. I need to say I used for Tasma D-23 in different dilutions, X-tol and Rodinal. The contrast was still high, and pull up to 200ISO was needed. And only with POTA I got good result. So thank you for recipets of modified POTA I will try them.