New to the board. I am strictly a hobbiest planning to start shooting with my Bolex H16 Leader again. About a decade ago, I used to shoot and develop my own negative and then send it out to have a print made. I actually had some fairly consistent success using the Morse G3 tank, but I was only doing negative. I would like to take a try at reversal this time around. Kodak includes some detailed information on processing reversal film included with the films technical data, but I can't find anything that describes the actual mechanics of the re-exposure process. Kodak just says "800 foot candle seconds" for its Tri-X reversal film, but I'm trying to find out how that translates into using the re-exsposure window in the G3 (i.e. what type of light to use, how many times to you pass th film in front of the re-exposure window, etc.)
Any help would be appreciated.