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E-6 Developing

Processing Super 8 using 35mm T Max chemicals

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I'm a student studying abroad in Montevideo, Uruguay this semester and working with Kodak Tri-x b&w reversal 7266 film. They have no super 8 developing chemicals in Uruguay so I had to bring some of my own on the plane here from San Francisco. I purchased some powdered chemicals for Reversal b&w t-max 35 or 120mm film from Photographers' Formulary Inc. because the man in the store said it would work for b&w reversal super 8. Im going to start developing soon and since i have such a limited supply of film and chemicals Im trying to make sure this will work. On the instructions in the box, the developing times are much longer than in the Kodak manual for reversal processing. For instance, kodak says the first developer is 30-60 seconds and the Formulary instructions say 10 minutes. Do i have to alter my developing times to fit super 8mm requirements or are the kodak developers so different that it is a whole different world with them?
 
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