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    Technidol or TD-3 with non-Tech Pan film

    Has anyone here ever used Technidol or Photographer's Formulary TD-3 with film other than Tech Pan or the like? Just curious...
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    Good Morning, Tjaded,

    I've found that Technidol is an excellent choice for T-Max 100 used for night shots. It's a natural combination: extremely fine grain and good reciprocity characteristics for the film and a developer which tends to reduce contrast. I mix the developer concentrate to make 10 oz. of solution instead of Kodak's recommended 8 oz. My typical time, with seat of the pants adjustment depending my perception of the contrast level of the scene, is around 12 minutes for drum processing. I haven't tried the PF stuff, but will have to someday, because my supply of Technidol is down to about six or seven units.

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    reviving this thread as I'm not finding much info out there. I have some TD-3 on the way as I found a half dozen rolls of techpan, I will have lots of developer left over after they are done and am wondering what to expect with using TD-3 with other film-specifically Fomapan 100? also Ilford pan F, FP4...also development recommendation for these? Nothing on the mass dev chart.



 

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