Quote Originally Posted by Jersey Vic
How high of a dillution and for how long, Donald?
Thanks
My times are quite a bit shorter than many, so fair warning...

I use Dilution E (1:79) for full length 35 mm and 2x120 in my Paterson; Dilution G (1:119) for 120 on stainless and sheet film in my daylight fill tubes. For Dilution G, I give Tri-X 21 minutes at 68 F (20 C) with continuous agitation the first minute, then agitation every third minute; Dilution E, at 2/3 the dilution, gets 2/3 the time with the same agitation, or 14 minutes.

This development pushes up the shadows while keeping the highlights in check, which can produce a flat negative if the light is flat -- but it's a lot easier to add contrast (within reason) in printing or scanning and still get a good result than it is to remove it...