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    Looks like it... Depending on the film

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    Now I have Delta 100 and PanF+, would like to put it on Stand.

    In the past HP5+ with Atomal 49. With 1+1 for 10mins it gave really good negatives.
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    Years ago I have tried 1 hour stand with Foma 400 (expired 2004) in APH09 1:200, 2 slow inv @ 30min - was ok.., if You don't mind that on one side of the film, towards the perforation You might have unevenness, to my understanding due to developer exhaustion.. but the edge effect is interesting for some shots.
    With Delta 100 and PanF+ might be different

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    For stand development, I've found that regardless of film speed, 1+100 for 1 hour is a good guideline. Agitate well at the beginning of development, then gently halfway through.
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    Indeed, ~ 1 min agitation

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    I have small Jobo talk, yesterday I measured how much water does it take.

    Result: 500ml.

    That said at-least 5ml developer is recommended for stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    That's true however before WWII Agfa were testing long chain wetting agents and patened some which they found to have unexpected anti-oxidising properties. One of these is used in later versions of Rodinal, it was being used during WWII.
    Ian, thanks for this information.
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    Once you get above pH 12 it becomes increasingly harder to measure the actual pH accurately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    Now I have Delta 100 and PanF+, would like to put it on Stand.
    This keeps getting said over and over on APUG. Stand development is not a general purpose developing method. It is used to compress the tonal scale of a contrasty subject. It should not be used on subjects of normal contrast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald C Koch View Post
    This keeps getting said over and over on APUG. Stand development is not a general purpose developing method. It is used to compress the tonal scale of a contrasty subject. It should not be used on subjects of normal contrast.
    I'd add it's also used to increase edge adjacency effects. If there's sufficient volume of developer then there shouldn't be much change in contrast or any compression. This occurs when there's insufficient developing agent and it begins to exhaust.

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