Quote Originally Posted by BMbikerider View Post
I may have missed something here. Where does it say that Pan F has to be developed promptly? I don't recall seeing any direct specialist instructions issued by Ilford to the effect that is must be developed sooner than other films.
One of the members on LFPF ran into this issue. His Pan-F rolls had almost no images on them, even with a 20 minute development time. I think that he waited a year or more to develop his film, as he exposed the film and then moved. (Personally, I've only used the film when I've developed it promptly, like less than a week later, so I never had that issue.)