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    haha yeah think rolling in the bath will be your best bet then! good luck!

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    process in a single reel 120 tank, agitate every 15s, 2 agitations, then hold upside down, next agitation cycle, 2 agitations, hold right way up etc.

    You can dilute, it's just sub-optimal results.

    +50ml might not hurt it that much though tbh, I'd increase time slightly.

    I've seen and tried 1+9 semi-stand (didnt add carbonate though etc) for an hour, very very grainy, but reasonable colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athiril View Post
    process in a single reel 120 tank, agitate every 15s, 2 agitations, then hold upside down, next agitation cycle, 2 agitations, hold right way up etc.
    This is the method I used for about 2 months many years ago, and it ruined every single roll I did that way. Some parts of the film will be covered in chemistry longer than others and the negs will show this. Unless I misread your posting, I would highly recommend against it.
    Trying to be the best of whatever I am, even if what I am is no good.

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    Hold onto the roll and order another, larger, kit. Replenish the one you have with the fresh developer if you want to save some bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudeofus View Post
    This is the method I used for about 2 months many years ago, and it ruined every single roll I did that way. Some parts of the film will be covered in chemistry longer than others and the negs will show this. Unless I misread your posting, I would highly recommend against it.
    What was your agitation cycle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athiril View Post
    What was your agitation cycle?
    Fill tank with chemistry
    wait 15 seconds
    turn tank upside down
    wait 15 seconds
    turn tank back to normal
    wait 15 seconds
    turn tank upside down
    wait 15 seconds
    turn tank back to normal

    ...

    until soup time was over.

    Since the film was only about 10% submerged in the color developer when the tank was upside down, these 10% received more development than the rest. Result: useless pics unless the frame could be cropped. Happened when I was a complete noob and on my own, and took me quite a few rolls to figure out and made the 5D look very attractive for a while

    Never again ....
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    10% coverage is a LOT less than 90% coverage. And you need to agitate on as well as cycle, not just cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athiril View Post
    10% coverage is a LOT less than 90% coverage. And you need to agitate on as well as cycle, not just cycle.
    Turning a Jobo 1510 upside down will not keep 90% of the film roll submerged if you fill the tank with the recommended 250ml. Unless you fill the tank to the brim with developer, I would strictly recommend against turning it upside down except for very short times during agitation, and for pouring out the developer, of course.

    My conclusion from this disaster was that film is either completely submerged in or completely out of the developer, or it can be guaranteed that all parts of the film are submerged/out of the dev for the same total amount of time, like in a rotary processor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L Gebhardt View Post
    Hold onto the roll and order another, larger, kit.
    +1

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