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    Thanks for the info guys. Looks like it isn't that costly to develop as the drums and motors are pretty cheap on eBay. I was hoping it'd be expensive so I'd have one more reason to put off getting into 8X10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kasaian View Post
    I find that with B&W temperature isn't all that critical (within limitations of course! Disregard if you live in Greenland or the Kalihari!) What is important is that all your dev, stop and fixer be the same temperature, so all my stock solutions live together in brown glass jugs until use. Even if I use a water stop, I'll temper it by keeping it in a jug along side the rest of the chemicals.
    It works for me anyway.
    Ilford has a neat chart posted on their site in the basic film developing guide that gives an idea of temperature compensations.

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