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foolproof
01-28-2008, 09:41
Ive just bought a bottle of hc-110 to try out as im getting too stuck on my neopan+rodinal developing and i wanna try something different. The bottle i bought is a plastic 1 litre euro? bottle and before i go develop ive run into hurdles such as usa dilution and euro dilution and dilution a,b,c,d...etc.
Ive tried to search rff for direction but the function aint working.
I either shoot neopan400 or hp5 and would love some help with this developer before i go messin anything up :confused:

drewbarb
01-28-2008, 09:55
Look here:
http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/hc110/

Scroll down and there is info regarding the differences and dilutions for Euro vs. US market concentrations. Good luck, and enjoy. BTW- out of curiosity- what is your Neopan/Rodinal reginem? What time, temp, dilution do you use, and how does it look?

foolproof
01-28-2008, 10:05
Thanks drewbarb. I shoot neopan@400 and dev 1+50 at 20c for 11mins. Agitate first min, then 4 inversions every min there after(just like the massive dev chart). Results are fine for me, but im getting a little sick of rodinal's sharp tendencies.

Limpovitj
01-28-2008, 13:00
A note: I've bought 'U.S.' HC-110 in Europe (Sweden, if it matters). Remeber to compare the dilutions on the bottle with those given at Covington Innovations above to see which you get.

John Bragg
01-28-2008, 13:23
Hi there.

My results with HC-110 and Neopan have been very satisfying. I rate it at EI 200 and develop 9 mins at 20c (dilution H). 30 sec agitation to start and 2 gentle inversions at the start of each following minute.. I love it !!!

John Bragg
01-28-2008, 23:02
BTW, this is what you need. the more concentrated version. It keeps a whole lot longer than the dilute EURO version.. 1:63 dilution of this syrup will make the unofficial DILUTION H. Best measured with a syringe.

http://www.firstcall-photographic.co.uk/products/kodak-hc110-film-developer--1-litre/309/

Regards, John.

Chris101
01-29-2008, 00:19
Look here:
http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/hc110/ ...Thanks for that link Drew!