I have paterson Orbital for sheet film developing. Works fine with B/W where temperature is near ambient temperature (24 degrees celcius), but with C-41 there's no way to keep required temperature. Within only two minutes, the temperature drops from 38 degree celcius to 35 degree celcius

So I need some workaround. Some have developed sheet films in ordinary paterson tanks (designed for 135 film), is it safe method for the film?

If it works, then it's quite easy to develop one sheet of color negative per time, just by agitating and using hot water bath like I have used when developing 120 and 135 color negatives.


Thanks,
Jukka