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    I agree with T-max 400 in T-max developer. Keeping properties of the T-max developer are similar to Rodinal.
    I also agree that there is even less visible grain in the chromogenic b&w films.

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    Tmax in XTol 1:1 - you won't get finer grain at 400 ASA - you get coarser grain with most 100 ASA films.

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    Can anyone give me general processing times for TMax 400 as well as, Delta 400 and FP5+ using 510Pyro semi stand. 1:300 at 70 to 75 degrees.

    35mm as well as 120
    Thanks,

    JH
    Last edited by John H; 08-31-2012 at 02:45 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: wanted to add 120

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    What works for me is Delta 400 roll film with an EI of 200 processed in Thornton's two-bath but it depends upon what you like to shoot.

    All images on my website use this combination.

    My standard print size is in 6 x 7 ratio on 30 x 40 paper with a 1cm border the top and bottom and the grain is minimal.

    Best,

    David
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