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    See my earlier post on presoak. Kodak has recommended it since the 40s to promote more even development.

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    I'm thinking condensation due to the film being stored below freezing and brought into a high humidity and warm atmosphere prior to exposure.
    I can't be sure of this but dampness may change photographic sensitivity slightly, that may account for the difference in density on the neg.
    Just a guess...
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    PS haven't read the thread so sorry if this have been suggested and discounted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    See my earlier post on presoak. Kodak has recommended it since the 40s to promote more even development.

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    I'm just wondering if I presoak how much the development time is adjusted. Can't find any sensible information on the net - adding 50% to development time (like the source I quoted suggests) seems a bit long to me.

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    I do not adjust.

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