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  1. #21

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    Here's more info on HC110:

    http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/hc110/
    Rick Jason.
    "I'm still developing"

  2. #22

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    HC110 and Rodinal are ideal for occasional soupers like me.

    Chris

  3. #23

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    Hi there I am yet another old grey un and once did tests with so many chemicals, but I now find that HC110 is superb, but it is best bought in the oneliter bottle. I used to push asa 400 films to 800 1600 and 3200. This was because I was photgraphing bands in a dim light. I used to used an Ilford developer for this, but it now seems to have disappeared from the market. The versatility of HC110 is such that it can be used to develop under exposed films.
    Phil

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    Being used to pyrocat, I pulled some of my supper-xx negs that were done at Dil B, I thought I would need a wheel barrow for the size of grain I was looking at in my peak one. If you could only have one it would be a good choice.

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