Acupan 200 and 800

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  1. Ian-Barber

    Ian-Barber Admin Staff Member Registered User

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    I have just been given a box of film stuff and amongst the items were some 35mm film.

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    There are some rolls od Acupan 200 and 800 all dated around 1999. I am guessing I may have to probably try them at 1/2 box speed due to their age. Can anyone give me some starting times for either of the following developers.

    Kodak HC110
    Kodak XTOL Replenished
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    Generally, like emulsion types require like development times. For example, the Acupan 200 is probably an old style emulsion so I'd consider the development times for Fomapan 200, J&C 200, etc.
     
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    Thanks Alan, I will treat it as Foma 200 and take it from there
     
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    The Kodak Infrared is a good give. I have 15 or so roles in the freezer. I was given the last three cartons(I think there were 20 per carton) A friend of mine was the Kodak Rep for the Channel Isles and they couldn't 'shift them'. The start of the digital revolution had just started in ernest .
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