Done for the day

Fuji Acros 100 shot at EI 100
Black and white film in 120 format shot as 6×6

 

Done for the day - Fuji Acros 100 shot at EI 100. Black and white film in 120 format shot as 6x6.
Done for the day
Fuji Acros 100 shot at EI 100.
Black and white film in 120 format shot as 6×6.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Just discovered this webpage, and I bookmarked it. I shot my first roll of Acros 100 at EI 80 and developed in Tmax RS 1:6 at 70 deg. F (~21C) for 8 minutes. It looks like N+1 development from my first examination, and I haven’t printed it yet. I got the development information from a facebook discussion. I use TmaxRS for my Tmax 100 at 1:9 @ 75F, so I want to use it with Acros. Do you know of a diluted Tmax RS time and temperature combination. I tried to infer the times from the Acros data sheet using RS at 1:4, translating to a different dilution and temp, but I don’t think I can do that. Also, it appears by looking at Acros and TMX data sheets that Acros develops faster than TMX given the same developer, time and temps. I have searched all the development sites, Massive Development Page, etc. but I cannot find the anything close to Acros with Tmax RS at 1:9, 1:7 etc. Any help? Thanks and keep this page going.

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