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    Actually when I think about it, I tested the fixer. I took an unexposed leader from a B&W film and tested the fix on it, it cleared it. The bleach did not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olleorama View Post
    I'm using rollei digibase chemicals. I have done 10 rolls in the litre solutions I mixed last time (buthaned since last session), should I start extending dev time?
    Ok, I'll answer myself. I've added ten seconds for each 4 rolls after the 12th for one liter of developer. I have now done 22 rolls in it. I can't see any differences on the negs. I'll have to see how they print. I'm 99% sure they'll scan well.

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    "I took an unexposed leader"

    I suppose that's actually probably a bit easier, huh?

    BTW, I believe that Freestyle has technical documentation (including exhaustion rates) for the Rollei Digibase chemicals available for download on all the Rollei Digibase the product pages. That should be a good baseline for adding development time.

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    I have the manual by rollei, doesn't say anything..

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