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chip j

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Use one time (7 min) for 50-125 iso films and one time (8 min) for 400 iso films. Incl T-max films. !:9 @68 degrees. Any idea what results I can expect from such a cheap, easy developer?? I shoot a variety of films from my freezer, but only shoot about 12 rolls/yr in my old age (I'm still playing catch-up to 50+ yrs of negs), and the convenience is appealing. Thanks
 
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Hi Chip,

The developer is fine but it doesn't seem all that difficult to use a different time for different films, particularly for only 12 rolls per year. In any case, your plan will probably work.

Good luck,

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Try it with Kentmere 400 or any of it's aliases and get back to us. In my experience KM 400 wants about 35% more time in most developers than other 400 speed films. I'll even send you a roll from my bulk loader.
 
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Thanks for the offer, Mike, but I only trust film bulk loaded into Nikon cassettes ( I have 12 for my F).
 
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