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    R. (at Plymouth College 1961-69, now in France: www.rogerandfrances.com)[/QUOTE]
    Yes, I know that place. Also plymouth Art Centre near Bretonside.
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    BTW - not sure how it compares for the miniature films, but I use Pyrocat-HD at 2+2+100 for 10min @20c with a 5 min presoak and continuous rotation in a job for Efke 25 4x5 and 8x10 and get gorgeous negs....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim atherton
    BTW - not sure how it compares for the miniature films, but I use Pyrocat-HD at 2+2+100 for 10min @20c with a 5 min presoak and continuous rotation in a job for Efke 25 4x5 and 8x10 and get gorgeous negs....
    Tim, this Pyrocat-HD method also works fine for me with 35mm Efke 25 and 35mm Kodak TMax 100.

    I also got excellent results with these same films with 1+1+100 Pyrocat-P for 16 minutes at 21C with minimal agitation. I always use a 5 min. presoak with all the Pyrocat developers.
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    My experience with the efke 25 is when shooting at ASA 25 and souping in a sulfite developer like D76, you will loose about a full stop. If your a light agitator then you will loose even more. There are alot of variables. Don't worry about your method, just keep it the same and it will all come together. This will be the case for each different film you try, btw.
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