I developed a roll of 135 Kodak Tech Pan in TD-3 yesterday and I frustrated with the results. The scans have small white specks all over them and the grain looks unattractive. It's not dust and doesn't look like pin holes to my eyes, but I could be wrong about the latter. The film was exposed at EI 32. Here is my process: I used distilled water for every step and for mixing all chemicals. The temperature was maintained at 20° for every step except the very final wash, which was more than 24°. Presoak for 5 minutes TD-3 Developer (10:10:100) @ 20° @ 21 min. w/ gentle agitation for 20 sec. every 3 min. Water Stop rinse - 3 times at 30+ seconds each, with agitation TF-4 Fixer for 5 minutes, with typical agitation Water rinse - 3 times at 30+ seconds each, with agitation Hypo Clear (1:4) for 3 min. Water rinse in circulating water for 8 minutes at no more than 24° Wetting Agent for 1 minute I use TF-4 and the water stop procedure with Pyrocat-HD and various B&W films w/out issues. The fixer is still quite fresh. What is causing these ugly spots/grain?