Speculating even more ... Looking at the "Max No of rolls".
When looking at 135-36 films, the ratio between total number of 100-200 ASA and 400-1600 ASA is 96/72 = 1,33. So, 400-1600 ASA films would use the developer (and other solutions) 33% more quickly. Sounds about right.
Then, if we look at 120 films, the same ratio between 100-200 ASA and 400-1600 ASA becomes... 80/32 = 2,5!
This is just too silly .
Yeah. That sounds about right for one-shot. With Fuji's instruction, you could do maximum 32 when using dev time compensation, and max 8 when doing one-shot. I'm not actually worried whether this works or not; I'm SURE that it will work just as you have said, but this piece of paper that has some very original and interesting figures on it is bugging me .
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