Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Caulfield View Post
They are not really designed to be used as a one shot. Generally you do 1 or 2 rolls at the standard developing times, then add a bit extra time for the next two, then a bit more for the next two, and then discard.

Is it same with Blix?

Quote Originally Posted by Athiril View Post
Z-131 has them, and the individual film tech sheets (new Portra, Ektar, etc) have it in theirs.

But the recommendation (from the Kodak doc itself on rotary processing) for rotary processing is to use one shot and do not replenish, due to the large amount of air in the tank being sloshed around with the small volume of developer.