No problem, I have them in 3 Agfa Ansco / Gaf publications, I'll post them all for you as seperate articles.
Originally Posted by Trask
PS. Agfa Ansco 125 Paper Developer, later recommended for films as well is here on APUG. This was later called Vividol by GAF, the instructions for use are identical.
Agfa Ansco 103 Uninversal is here as well.
It should be noted that Agfa Ansco revised the formula for 103 between 1938 and 1941 dropping the amount od Sodium Sulphite from 57g/l to 45g/l and referred to the revised version as a paper developer, it was no longer recommended for films.
This switch is mirrored in other companies formulae, D72 - Dektol was originally a film developer and as emulsions changed it became a print developer. Part of the explanation for this shift is with the rise in use of 35mm film negatives were being processed to lower contrasts which helped imrove grain, sharpness and tonality.
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