Quote Originally Posted by Dave in Kansas View Post
I feel embarrassed and need to retract most of what I said above regarding T-Max 100 and 400 films. I just rechecked my TMY negatives and they do indeed have a mostly clear base with only a very slight tint. Furthermore, I went back and found some of my TMX negatives and the base is quite clear.

Most likely I was thinking of the my test strip used to test my fixer that was in the fixer only long enough to determine a fix time. I guess that is what I get for trying to post something at work in a hurry when what I need to refer to is at home.

Perhaps I should shoot more T-Max film and get a better feel for it.

Dave
It doesn't matter. The important thing is that they are great films, both of them, but while a bit thirsty in the fixer department, rapidly depleting fixer capacity, they are wonderful films for reversal processing, as are almost any other Kodak film available or obsolete.
Now back to the experts regarding reversal processing...