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Very nice! It's been 30 years for me, and my favorite chemistry and films are extinct, so I'm going through quite a learning curve.

If you can find your developer recipe online you can mix it yourself. Try APUG. I started home-mixing Kodak's D-96 and it's been great: Cheap, stable and convenient. And fun too. Can't help with film, alas.

 

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I still have a copy of Kodak's "Processing and Formulas" so if you let me know what developer you're looking for I can probably find the recipe for you.

I used to mix several different developers but found HC-110 in various dilutions was great for Tri-X sheet film so quit making D-23 and others.

 

Best regards,

Dave

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