Just tried Technical Pan in Rodinal - result: One less roll of TP at my disposal. Any experts out there to help? Here's the deal: TP exposed at 25 EI Rodinal 1:300 and 12 minutes as per one version of digital truth. (The other version says 30 minutes) Problem arises IMO because to develop one roll of 135 requires 300ml of soup in the tank. At 1:300 dilution, that's one milliliter of Rodinal. Agfa on old tech sheets said you needed 10ml per roll in your soup. However, at 1:300 dilution, that would require a tank that holds 3 liters! TP is a microfilm high contrast emulsion, and to get a continuous tone result, it appears you need to severely dilute the developer. But at 1ml:300ml for one roll, the results aren't thin, they're transparent! Has anybody done this before? Help! Is it about the absolute amount of developer? Do I need 3 liters of solution for one roll?