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A few shots from today's testing.
Prepare fresh - deveIoper for each batch of films.
For tray deaelopment, take 1 part of A, 1 part of B, 1 part of C and.7 parts of water. Develop about 6 minutes at 65 F (18 c).
For tank development, take 9 ounces each (285cc) of A, B and C and add water to make 1 gallon (4 liters). For the 3-1/2 gallon tank (14 liters) take 32 ounces each (945cc) of A, B and C and add water to make 3-1/2 gallons (14 liters). Develop for about 12 minutes at a temperature of 65F (18C).
Any scum that may form on the surface of the developer must be removed by means of a sheet of blotting paper before developing films.
Starting point development time: 7 mins (tray), 13 mins (tank)
This is an inexpensive easy to mix large film developer.
Increasing times in solution A will in crease contrast