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    I use to use Ethol UFG Developer when I live in Chicago, use to get it at Central Camera. Then we moved out to the country and I could only find D76. I liked them both but only have used D76 since. I should try UFG again and compare. Buy it MO. its still around.

    Anyone useing UFG?
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    This thread reveals that there are too many developers in the world. No wonder, nobody can make any money with them. The business is split 1,000 ways.
    Regards

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    Tried and true D-76 or any cloned "76" formulae. Dont worry about shelf life I mixed a gallon about six months ago and its still very viable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    This thread reveals that there are too many developers in the world. No wonder, nobody can make any money with them. The business is split 1,000 ways.
    I have to agree. I now mix my own D-76/ID-11, but only as much as is needed when required. This eliminates excess unused stock solution turning bad. I usually use it within a week of mixing and I prefer it diluted 1+1 (one-shot) for consistency.
    It`s easy to mix as little as 500ml of stock at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    This thread reveals that there are too many developers in the world. No wonder, nobody can make any money with them. The business is split 1,000 ways.
    Yes, but my developer is better than your developer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    This thread reveals that there are too many developers in the world. No wonder, nobody can make any money with them. The business is split 1,000 ways.
    Yes, but out of 1,000 developers 975 can only be obtained by hand making them, the developer business is made on the remaining 25.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
    Yes, but out of 1,000 developers 975 can only be obtained by hand making them, the developer business is made on the remaining 25.
    And 20 of them are just D76

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    Either D-76 or T-max.

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