X-ray developer vs normal film developer
To many this will sound a dumb question, so please bear with me. I am interested in developing my own BW film (then scaning the neg, so not too worried about paper devloper). I have assembled most of the stuff I need via fleabay - developing tank etc, and got loads of glassware I borrowed from my work to give it a go. Now I am just waiting on buying some developer and fixer. At work, I have access to X-ray developer and fixer - its Kodak GPX (or GBX, cant remember which), and also some Afga stuff (for an automatic developer) - I use these for a couple of the techniques I use at work which use Xray film. What are people opinions or even experiences on using this for camera film - from what I understand different chemisties will affect film in different ways, so would be interested to know if this would be suitable.
The advice I recieved on my previous post re what rf was great - went for the fed-2 option, which I am really pleased with, and also got a canonet 28 at a cheap price - waiting to replace the ligh seals on that before I get going.