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    in my experiment I use temp in range 22-23C - this is my room temperature.

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    I can't tell you why FX-2 works, only that it does. I actually have used Photographer's Formulary TFX-2, their proprietary variant, and it gives outstanding sharpness with reduced agitation. (One agitation cycle each 3 minutes.) As a stand developer, I've had it produce edge effects with PanF+ that were just too much. It's amazing stuff that I'd like to fine-tune. It is a bit expensive, and it has a limited (6-month) shelf life. I have no idea how it would perform as a two-bath developer. The glycin is supposedly slow-acting and may not have sufficient time to produce good results in a divided development scheme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    whatever works for you ...

    i've used ansco 130 or its evil twin for film off and on since the mid 1990s
    always at 72F ... never had trouble ..

    ( 72 really isn't a high temperature ... )

    good luck !

    Yep, Glycin likes a little temp...

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