Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

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Phototox
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Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Phototox » Tue Jul 16, 2013 2:24 pm

Does anyone have any experience with this combination? Times, agitation, etc...
If anyone can give me an idea of what to expect with this combination.
Thanx


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Re: Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Ornello » Wed Jul 17, 2013 8:28 am

Whatever times you come up with, cut them by 30% or increase dilution by 50%. Most development times you will find around are excessive.

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Re: Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Phototox » Wed Jul 17, 2013 3:11 pm

The problem is that i don't have any time to begin with. I couldn't find any recommendations for this combination.

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Re: Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Ornello » Fri Jul 19, 2013 9:05 am

Phototox wrote:The problem is that i don't have any time to begin with. I couldn't find any recommendations for this combination.
They are on the Tetenal site. But I urge you to cut them back substantially:

http://www.tetenal.com/index_c.htm?AKT= ... 00000&L=UK

Try 1+9 for 5 minutes to start.

But in any event I would not bother with Pan-F. Fujifilm Acros is about a stop faster and just as fine-grained.

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Re: Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Phototox » Sun Jul 21, 2013 12:16 pm

It's not Pan-F, it is Pan 400 http://www.photopoint.ee/images/product ... -21825.//jpg// , and there is nothing about it on Ilford or Tetenal website.

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Re: Need help, Ilford Pan 400 in Tetenal Ultrafin Plus

Post by Ornello » Sun Jul 21, 2013 7:38 pm

Phototox wrote:It's not Pan-F, it is Pan 400 http://www.photopoint.ee/images/product ... 25.////jpg//// , and there is nothing about it on Ilford or Tetenal website.

Then start with times for HP5 and go from there. This is elementary. Trial and error.

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