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Hypercat Staining Developer

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mikebarger

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mikebarger submitted a new resource:

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Mix the chemicals in order, all should dissolve between 120 and 150 degrees.

You should try 1:6:200 at 70 degrees for printing on VC paper with HP5 4x5 film.

A fellow on Photo.net stated he is using 1:1:300 for semi-stand FP4 35mm.

Like any of the two solution developers it looks like there is a range of possibilities for ratios and development methods.

While I'll probably stick with the 510 Pyro, I like the one solution rather than two, have any of you tried the Hypercat? I'd...

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I've tried Hypercat, and I'll stick with 510 pyro. Hypercat seems like a step backwards from 510.
 
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