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    Hc and HC110?

    Just picked up a couple of rolls of Bregger 200 (120 format) just out of curiosity. Was planning on using them for the APUG anniversery celebration (Sept.7 '04 Venue - where ever you happen to be!)
    I looked on the massive development chart but the only listing for Bregger is using HC110. I have Ilford's HC developer.
    What is the difference between these? Ilford's is "ready made" so is HC-110 a powder mixed dev?
    Does anyone have a ballpark figure for devopment times for Bregger 200 rated at 200?

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    HC110 is not a powder developer. As to the difference between the ilford developer and the kodak one i will leave up to others who have used both.

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    From the massive development chart:

    BERGGER BPF/BRF
    Developer ASA 35mm Roll Sheet Temp
    Bergger BPF/BRF 200
    D-23 200 6.5 6.5 6.5 20C
    D-23 (1+3) 200 18 18 18 20C
    D-76/ID-11 80 7.5 7.5 7.5 20C
    D-76/ID-11 200 9 9 9 20C
    D-76/ID-11 (1+1) 200 13.5 13.5 13.5 20C
    DK-50 200 5.5 5.5 5.5 20C
    DK-50 (1+1) 200 8 8 8 20C
    Ethol UFG 200 8.25 8.25 8.25 20C
    HC-110 (B) 200 6 6 6 20C
    Microdol-X 100 10 10 20C
    Microdol-X 200 11.5 11.5 11.5 20C
    PMK (1+2+100) 100 11.5 11.5 20C
    PMK (1+2+100) 200 12 12 12 20C
    Rodinal (1+25) 200 6.5 6.5 6.5 20C
    Rodinal (1+50) 200 12 12 12 20C
    Xtol (1+1) 200 10-11 20C
    Bergger BPF/BRF 400
    HC-110 (B) 320 7.5 20C
    Microdol-X 200 13 13 20C
    PMK (1+2+100) 200 13.5 20C
    D-76/ID-11 400 10.5 10.5 20C




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    Quote Originally Posted by rogueish
    What is the difference between these? Ilford's is "ready made" so is HC-110 a powder mixed dev?
    Both are liquid and I use HC-110 alot. To judge from the data for other films the development time for a film is the same with the two developers. You can use the time indicated for HC-110 with Ilford HC.

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    Ann thanks for clairifying the readymix/powder part. didn't realize hc-110 was Kodak.
    Modafoto thanks for pointing out that alot of the times between the two were similar/close. I'll just go with the posted time for HC-110 and see what happens. Cool I get to experiment! (insert evil laugh here)
    Titrisol thanks for the copy out of Massive Dev Chart! Been there a few times, just couldn't find Ilford's HC for Breggers film. Guess no-one tried (and posted) results to them. Maybe I'll get to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogueish
    Ann thanks for clairifying the readymix/powder part. didn't realize hc-110 was Kodak.
    Modafoto thanks for pointing out that alot of the times between the two were similar/close. I'll just go with the posted time for HC-110 and see what happens. Cool I get to experiment! (insert evil laugh here)
    Titrisol thanks for the copy out of Massive Dev Chart! Been there a few times, just couldn't find Ilford's HC for Breggers film. Guess no-one tried (and posted) results to them. Maybe I'll get to!
    You just spelled it wrongly.
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