Quote Originally Posted by Henning Serger View Post
Well, not really. Both are designed for high speed, and are very good for push processes.
But DDX delivers finer grain (I did side by side comparisons under identical test conditions).



There is one: Tetenal Ultrafin Plus. This developer has an almost identical formular compared to T-Max developer. You cannot distinguish the results of these two developers.

Best regards,
Henning
So DD-X delivers finer grain than Kodak's T-Max? Is this the popular opinion? So DD-X with delta then for sure?

Except maybe D3200 which would go best with Microdol(or whatever the name is) and pan F with perceptol(or whatever the name is) but what about Ilfsol 3? I thought THAT was the best for low ASA fine grain?


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