Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
Gerald, EFKE films are quite different because the spectral sensitivity differs from most films, they aren't fully panchromatic. This leads to a greater than usual difference in Daylight & Tungsten speed, so there's not under exposure at twice the box speed in daylight, it's what EFKE state (correctly) is the daylight sped.

Ian
Granted so you would develop normally whether D or T as there is really no pushing involved. But that doesn't seem to be what the OP is asking.