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    I can't believe I didn't think of SS development. In my particular case it will actually reclaim a full stop of shadow density, because I rate my film at half box speed for normal tray development. But with SS I get full box speed. So if you're in the habit of rating your HP5+ at 200, SS development will indeed reclaim the full stop of shadow density.

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    Thank you

    Stand, semistand and two baths - have to study them carefully so that I have more tools ready for use when I need them.

    I have tried stand developing for couple of films before but got uneven results and forgot whole thing.
    Semi stand I use always with roll film and pyrocat-HD.

    With sheet films I haven't tried. Would it work with trays?

    In this case I had rated HP5+ at 200, so one stop under exposure is not total disaster.

    Now I will have a cup of coffee and do some searching at forum

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    you could check out this thread, the peroxide/kodalk bath does work

    latensification

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    Quote Originally Posted by phfitz View Post
    you could check out this thread, the peroxide/kodalk bath does work

    latensification
    Thanks! Have to try this one!

    Whole concept of latensification seems quite interesting.

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