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    I have been doing the Kodak E-6 kit with the CPP processor and have been following the instructions in the old Jobo CPP processor manual. They recommend 6:30 1st developer for Kodak films and 7:30 for Fuji films. This roughly corresponds to the "plus 15%" cited above. I have been following this and have been happy with the results. It sounds like folks are using much shorter times.

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    Aye! Velvia w/ 7:30 1st Dev, 40% dilution of the Reversal bath, 5:00 Color Dev, and double the rinse times.
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    Iwagoshi: Is this at 75RPM?
    I use 6:30 and standard rinses and they come out awesome?

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    If 75RPM = 3.5 on the speed dial, the answer is yes. At 6:30 my Fuji-chromes are a bit thin.

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