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    As I've stated many times before, my choices are Efke 100, Efke 25, TMAX 400, J&C 400 and Pyrocat HD. I use the same combinations in 120 rollfilm, 4x5, 5x7 and 8x10. These days I shoot mostly 8x10.
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    Last of my 8x10 film

    another vote for efke. It is soft, however, and I like to use hangers if I ever learn how to keep surge marks out. I rate the 100 at 80.

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    Surge marks??

    I've never seen them on Efke sheet film that I develop in either slosher trays or BZT type tanks (with Pyrocat-HD).

    I've never seen them on Efke 120 roll film either, for that matter.
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    Surge marks are usually related to agitation method. When I use hangers, I'm careful to lift them all the way out of the solution, tip to one side, then to the other side, and I don't get surge marks.
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    Use tube development and pyrocat. See development tubes in "how to" articles. tim

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    Only use 4x5 but FWIW, I'm going to have to be very boring and say FP4 and HP5 in ID-11 ... I read so much about some of the central european films that I will try some eventually, but at the rate I use 4x5 film it will be a year before I run out of FP4 & HP5...

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