Processing times for an old roll of FP4?

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Gary, Jul 3, 2004.

  1. Gary

    Gary Guest

    I've come across an old roll of 35mm FP4 (before it became FP4 Plus). Does
    anyone know any processing times for the film?

    TIA.

    Gary
     
    Gary, Jul 3, 2004
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    Fred Leif Guest

    Ilford suggested the following starting times for ID-11 or D-76
    at 68 degrees F. Exposed at ISO 125. Intermittent agitation of 10 seconds
    in every minutes.

    Not Diluted 6 1/2 minutes
    1+1 9 minutes
    1+3 15 minutes

    Other developers:

    HC-110
    1+7 ISO 125 5 1/2 minutes

    Perceptol or Microdol X:
    none ISO 64 10 minutes
    1 + 1 ISO 100 11 minutes
    1 + 3 ISO 100 16 minutes

    Ilford's note:
    "These developing times may be increased up to 50% for additional contrast
    when using diffusion or cold light type enlargers."

    Hope this gets you going.
     
    Fred Leif, Jul 4, 2004
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