Quote Originally Posted by Pawel Kwiecien View Post
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What would u recommend as single, universal developer and fixer for film and paper ( to save money and instead of buying two types of developers and fixers :.
Kodak stopped making universal developer years ago specifically because it was a compromise for both sides of the coin.

Ilford rapid fix - as do most fixers - has mixing instructions for both film and paper. So it's fine to use. I do.

Personally I like DDX for film developing. It is not cheap. But it is very convenient, and I like the look. And I also use Ilford liquid paper developer. But the all time standards are D-76 and Dektol as pointed out.