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    I use XTOL replenished for both. Do not reduce the rotary processing time.
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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillip P. Dimor View Post
    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?

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    D-76 always worked for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by toro_mike View Post
    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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