Kodak TMY 400 film, Tmax developer, time?

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Is there a chart for dilution and development time for this combination somewhere, can´t find one? I´ve found one: dilution 1:4, 22 degrees C, time 6,30 min but that is for another ISO 400 film, is this a good one? Roll film 120. I would like to use dilution 1:7, not so critical about seconds due to longer development time, any suggestions for that or for the 1:4? This TMY is a mystery for me, Tmax I know better.
 

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Is there a chart for dilution and development time for this combination somewhere, can´t find one? I´ve found one: dilution 1:4, 22 degrees C, time 6,30 min but that is for another ISO 400 film, is this a good one? Roll film 120. I would like to use dilution 1:7, not so critical about seconds due to longer development time, any suggestions for that or for the 1:4? This TMY is a mystery for me, Tmax I know better.

Is the film the older TMY or the current TMY-2?

See the table at the top left corner on page 4 of this (f4043) publication if it is TMY-2: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/support/techPubs/f4043/f4043.pdf

And if it is the older version, see the table on page 6 of this (f4016) publication: http://www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/support/techPubs/f4016/f4016.pdf


As you will note, Kodak recommends 24C for the more dilute versions.
 
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the older, the paper says "TMY 120"

about the links:tongue:age Not Found . Could you check, please, something wrong somewhere. Or give the numbers for 1:4 and temperatures 20 and 22 C. Thank you.
 

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veke, I think there may be something wrong with your browser as I can get both sites from the links that Matt has provided.

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Yeah, not the first time. Not the last one either....
 

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Good Morning, Veke,

I use the 1:7 dilution for both T-100 and T-400. My "normal" time is 9 minutes for T-400.

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Is there a chart for dilution and development time for this combination somewhere, can´t find one? I´ve found one: dilution 1:4, 22 degrees C, time 6,30 min but that is for another ISO 400 film, is this a good one? Roll film 120. I would like to use dilution 1:7, not so critical about seconds due to longer development time, any suggestions for that or for the 1:4? This TMY is a mystery for me, Tmax I know better.

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This is not a direct answer to your question but may be of interest. A couple of weeks ago I shot a roll of Delta 400 and a rather out dated roll o T-Max 400. Both 120 and shot under basically contrasty available light with some frames using a light orange filter to bring out clouds. When it came to developing the film I got lazy and developed both rolls in the same tank with ID11 1:1. I used a time slightly shorter than called for with the Delta 400 but slightly longer than called for with T-Max in D-76. All 24 of the negatives were right on. Maybe I was just lucky or some of the things we agonize over aren't worth the worry.

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