So you are suggesting, I think: 1.The OP's findings are clearly and substantially wrong
Originally Posted by andrew.roos
2. Ilford has been incredibly lazy over reciprocity testing.
I have no idea how difficult such things are to ascertain but given that Ilford tries to meet customers' requirements to an extent that other manufacturers do not, it seems quite incredible that Ilford hasn't bothered to check on these matters when it is within individuals ability such as Howard Bond to ascertain reciprocity. Why not be as lazy with development times and simply cut and paste ID11 times for say HP5+ for all its films and all its developers? I don't think we are suggesting that Ilford has done this
Might it be that the methodology used was different?
Maybe Simon Galley will respond. I would if my company were accused of cutting and pasting our of laziness