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    You judge the highlights on the base side by looking at it in reflected light. It takes some practice, but isn't difficult.

    Have fun! It's pretty cool, actually. If you use a developer like Pyrocat, I remember ,(I hope correctly), that it de-sensitizes the emulsion quite a bit, so several seconds worth of inspection is possible.

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    I've been looking into doing this as I use many types of sheet film that require different times. It seems like a great idea to cut down on the amount of chemicals used as well. Has anyone tried this on a large scale with something like 20 sheets of all different types of film? I'd be using Pyrocat HD with many sheets. Is it possible or will I just end up fogging lots of the film by analyzing too many sheets throughout the process?

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    I think the title of the thread should read, Bussinks's Lab Guy's Development Technique. Development with inspection is not that big of a deal but maybe FWIW it wouldn't be that big of a deal if he got the exposure correct in the first place!

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