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Re: "BEST" DEV FOR BRF 200?


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  • Subject: Re: "BEST" DEV FOR BRF 200?
  • From: Jean Daubas <jean.daubas@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 12:29:55 +0100
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Hi Bob,
I often use 4x5 Bergger BRF 200 which I appreciate.
I expose at 100 ISO and usually I tray develop 6 or 8 sheets with HC 110, dilution B for 5'30" at 20/21 Celsius with a short pre development water soak at 20C (just permuting the order of sheets and separating them). Agitation : slow and regular permutation of order of the stack of sheeets. It works OK and gives me fine negatives matching my printing procedures.
Hope it helps!
Jean
 
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From: BOB KISS
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 3:41 PM
Subject: "BEST" DEV FOR BRF 200?