johnreef Posted October 2, 2002 Share Posted October 2, 2002 Sprint film development time for TMX at 1:9 dilution, 68 degrees is 10 minutes. They also state that to get results similar to D76 1:1 you should maintain the Sprint 1:9 dilution, but use the development time recommended by Kodak for TMX and D76 1:1 which is 12 minutes. My question: Is the Sprint 1:9 of a stronger solution than D76 1:1 thus requiring shorter development time or is Sprint providing a recommended time that deliberatly pulls development to better control TMX contrast? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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