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    I'll open a discussion on pyrocat, though it has probably been discussed at other times. What is it? Who makes it? and Why is it so highly touted--what makes it different? I certainly seem to see it quite frequently. I'm not new to photography, but I have only been back in the hobby for about a year after a long abscence. I use HC-110 for my processing---it keeps well, works very nicely as a compensating developer, and it's cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck1
    I'll open a discussion on pyrocat, though it has probably been discussed at other times. What is it? Who makes it? and Why is it so highly touted--what makes it different? I certainly seem to see it quite frequently. I'm not new to photography, but I have only been back in the hobby for about a year after a long abscence. I use HC-110 for my processing---it keeps well, works very nicely as a compensating developer, and it's cheap.
    Go here for some information on Pyro developers in general, and Pyrocat-HD specifically.

    http://unblinkingeye.com/Articles/PCat/pcat.html

    Sandy

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    chuck- thanks for asking this question. i was about to do the same.

    sandy- thanks for pointing us to your article on unblinkingeye.

    -john



 

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