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    The wide mouth lids with red stopper makes inversion workable.
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    Thanks for the replies. I take the point about going rotary for fixing (and I guess washing too) - I guess this would make the process more efficient and less hard work.

    So now I'm thinking, why not just get the Jobo out and let it run for the 10-15 minutes for the dev and not worry about inverting every 30 seconds and put my feet up instead.

    So that begs the question - what is preferable - inversion or constant agitation? Also, what effect would it have on the negs and would I need to alter the process or development times (using Rodinal 1+50 on either FP4+ or Adox CHS50 / 25) - this goes for 120 and 35mm too. If I'm doing just 120 films, would I be better off using my usual Paterson tanks with inversions every 30 secs, or put them in the Jobo and let that do the work.

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