Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
Should be easy to do. I think it will turn out OK. The Wejex in the test had an exposure time of 1 sec and the EG&G was set to 1/1000. There was not detectable difference in the way the exposed film responded to development time changes between those two. So, I suspect 1/10,000 would be similar.
I am just curious because common advice to compensate for reciprocity failure is to develop 10% longer when using 1/1000 second. So if that advice is based on sensitometry, a 1/1000 curve should have a lower gradient than a curve exposed for 1/100 second (and developed for the same time).

You were on 10^-3? (I usually use 10^-2).