I use T-Max and T-Max RS without problems (as well as D76, depending on the film.)
I use the Jobo recommended 5 minute pre-soak and start with the manufacturer recommended times for inversion, if times for rotary are not published. Little change is necessary. I often end up with slightly shorter times but that's true of inversion too as the published times are often for a bit more contrast than I'm looking for.
Sorry if this is the wrong forum, i've been gone for a LONG time.
I like Rodinal. Heck, I LOVE Rodinal. Now it's.. something else.
Anyhow, I was thinking of WD2D (I love PMK Pyro but with rotary it never worked well for me)...
I like developer that is dilutable and relatively inexpensive.
I shoot 5x7 and 120/6x6. I'm not opposed to replenishing (I used to replenish Acufine, but that was 120 in tanks)
Any thoughts? Sorry if I sound like a newbie, it's been 2+ years since i've gotten back in to the swing of things.
Rollo-pyro also sounds good.. *shrug* I like acutance, but really I don't even care so much at this point.
I use D76 at 1:1, but if you like acutance, why not stick with Rodinal at about 1:50?
HC110!! Cheap as heck, can be diluted to any dilution from syrup, syrup lasts forever and has worked great in my rotary tank and hand tank systems! It is my go-to developer (I've even used it for paper in an emergency with good results)...
+1, but haven't tried it with paper.
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