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- Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:54 pm
- Forum: The Digitaltruth Forum
- Topic: F-76 equivalents
- Replies: 3
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F-76 I have been using F76 at the 1:9 dilution for some time which is about the equivalent to D-76 stock. I can’t seem to find the equivalent 1:1 dilution on the giant developing chart. IT shows a doubling of film speed and use of a higher temperature. I am not interested in pushing the film I want ...
Thank you for your thoughtful reply. I have just finished running some clip tests. The F-76 worked very well. Apparently my earlier problem lies more with me or possible cross contamination. A condition I have since corrected I am now using only distilled water for the dilution and a dedicated therm...
Problems with Clayton F-76 I have run into a problem with Clayton F-76. First off I am not a novice, but a retired professional. I switched to Claytons F-76 fromD-76 as I am not doing a large amount of personal work anymore. And D-76 becomes unstable when stored for long periods or over 3 to 4 weeks...