Kodak's D76h formula is quite different as it's a buffered version of D76 with 15g Boric Acid and Hydroquinoe.
Haist's version would be better called H76, it isn't a published Kodak formula and is obviously based on this early un-named EK formula and others like D103, DK76 etc. Haist would have been aware of all these variations when he suggested H76 as a Hydroquinone free version of D76.
It should behave quite similarly to D76/ID-11 when they are useed 1+1.
Last edited by Ian Grant; 12-06-2009 at 11:00 AM. Click to view previous post history.