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    B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Thank you for checking out the "Beta" version of PR's Film/Developer Database. Below you will find various film/developer combos listed in order by film. Clicking on your desired combo will link to a thread discussing the given film/developer combination.

    ***If the combo that you would like to post information on is listed below, please post your experiences in that thread.

    ***If you do not see your desired combo, please start a new thread with the film and developer names in the title and post your thread link here to be added to the list.

    ***Please keep all film/developer combo questions and discussion to the given threads.

    ***Please include as much info about your development process as possible and post an unedited shot or 2 of your results. For an example CLICK HERE. This is meant as a guideline only though.

    ***This is still in the very early stages. If you have any suggestions, comments, etc. on the given set-up, please post your feedback in the Recommendations for Film/Developer database thread.

    PLEASE NOTE, I will be going through and adding all manufacturer listed combos as time permits, so please keep an eye out.

    Agfa:


    Bergger:


    Efke:


    Foma:


    Forte:


    Fujifilm:
    Acros 100 - D-76
    Acros 100 - HC-110
    Acros 100 - ID-11
    Acros 100 - Perceptol
    Neopan 400 - D76
    Neopan 400 - HC-110
    Neopan 400 - Microdol-X
    Neopan 400 - TMAX Developer
    Neopan 400 - TMAX RS Developer
    Neopan 1600 - D76
    Neopan 1600 - HC-110

    Ilford:
    Delta 100 - HC-110
    Delta 400 - Ilfotec DD-X
    HP5 Plus 400 - HC-110
    SFX 200 - D76


    Kodak:
    Plus-X 125 - D-76
    Plus-X 125 - HC-110
    TMAX 100 - D-76
    TMAX 100 - HC-110
    Tri-X 400 - D-76
    Tri-X 400 - Diafine
    Tri-X 400 - HC-110
    Tri-X 400 - ID-11
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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Ilford SFX200 in D-76 1:1 Developed for 9 minutes at 70 degrees with perfect results.
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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Thanks Greg, got your thread added to the list
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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    HP5 Plus with ID-11, at 20deg C. Developed for 7:30 and add 10% for each subsequent use (don't use the developer any more than 6 times ;) ), agitated for first 30 seconds constantly with slow inversion and 10 seconds every 60 seconds after. Stop bath used was water at 20 deg for 2 mins, Ilford rapid fixer for 2 mins.



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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Arista EDU ISO 100, HC-110 50:1 12 minutes at 74 Deg F

    Beautiful Negatives. Arista datasheet says 31:1 is not recommended, probably because processing time is too short for repeatability.


    Arista EDU ISO 100 R001-31 by PWhite214, on Flickr

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    I really love looking on a black and white photos i just don't know why. Every details of it is very clear and so nice to look at. Wonderful talent that you've got there,keep it up! Thank you so much for the wonderful share,its so nice of you to post your wonderful pictures.Please post some more. God Bless!

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    Tony Rawson Photography - Photography Melbourne

    Hi, this thread is really amazing and provide me answers to all my questions. This is really informative and I will for sure refer my friends the same.I really like your thread. Thanks...

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Great pic what lens and camera

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    ggggggggggggggggggggggggggg

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    From my own personal database... (all times are for 20C/68F)

    Agfa APX 25 - Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 10 minutes
    Agfa APX 100 - Rodinal (or equivalent) (1+50) 13 minutes

    Adox CHS 100 - Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 16 minutes

    Efke 50 - Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+100 18 minutes

    Fuji Neopan SS (ISO-100) HC-110 Dil. B 5 minutes 30 seconds
    Fuji Neopan Acros (ISO-200-400) Caffinol-C-M Stock 15 Minutes
    Fuji Neopan Acros (ISO-100) HC-110 Dil. B 5 minutes
    Fuji Neopan Acros (ISO-100) Xtol Stock 8 minutes

    Ilford FP4+ (ISO-125) - HC-110 Dil. B 7 minutes
    Ilford FP4+ (ISO-125) - Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 15 minutes
    Ilford HP5+ (ISO-400) - HC-110 Dil. B 5 minutes
    Ilford Pan F+ (ISO-50) - Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 11 minutes

    Kodak Tech Pan (ISO-16) Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+100 4 minutes
    Kodak Tech Pan (ISO-6) Xtol 1+3 9 minutes
    Kodak Tmax 100 (ISO-80-100) Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 12 minutes
    Kodak Tmax 100 (ISO-100-200) HC-110 Dil. B 6 minutes
    Kodak Tmax 100 (ISO-100-200) Xtol 1+1 9 minutes 30 seconds
    Kodak Tmax 400 (ISO-400-800) HC-110 Dil. B 5 minutes 30 seconds
    Kodak Tri-X 400 (ISO-400) HC-110 Dil. B 4 minutes 30 seconds

    Rollei Infrared 400 (ISO-25) Rodinal (or equivalent) 1+50 12 minutes
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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Tri-X 400 - ID-11 likes me

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    woa it great

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    Re: B&W Film/Developer Database Index

    Great. Good to go!

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