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This is an attempt to collect development times that users of the fotolab have tried and tested.
 
This is an attempt to collect development times that users of the fotolab have tried and tested.
 
The 'ISO' column is for the EI at which the film was exposed at. For example if you take TX-400 and expose it at EI 3200 to push it put '3200' in that colum.
 
The 'ISO' column is for the EI at which the film was exposed at. For example if you take TX-400 and expose it at EI 3200 to push it put '3200' in that colum.
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For the 'comments / result' column you might use the following abbreviations:
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++ very good
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+    good
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0    ok
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-    still useable
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--  not useable
  
 
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Version vom 18. Oktober 2011, 16:39 Uhr

Development Times Table

This is an attempt to collect development times that users of the fotolab have tried and tested. The 'ISO' column is for the EI at which the film was exposed at. For example if you take TX-400 and expose it at EI 3200 to push it put '3200' in that colum.

For the 'comments / result' column you might use the following abbreviations: ++ very good + good 0 ok - still useable -- not useable

Film ISO Developer Dilution Agitation Time Temperature comments / result
APX-100 400 HC-110 B 30s then 8s per minute 10' 21ºC with lomo so exposure is kinda sorta 400, film turned out nice for most of the exposures
Efke 50 50 HC-110 B 30s then 10s per minute 6'30" 22ºC ++