PE, you seem to know a lot about this and I'm always open to ideas.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
To put this into context you have to remember that i'm going to be working with Tri-X Super 8. As far as I know the only known and documented developer is the Kodak one - D94(a). And we can't get this without mixing it from scratch which I just cannot do at home. All other developers I've come across are aimed at other films and usually with lower ASA ratings than the Tri-X which is down-rated to 160/200 ASA when used in Super 8.
As Mr Red says the information is scant. Especially workable and practical information. Much of what info there is out there, is based on what people have experimented with – and often unverified by peer group. It's partly an internet problem, it's partly that the old reliable off the shelf commercial solutions have long gone...
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