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#1 Alfonzo Parutz

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Posted 23 November 2014 - 02:27 PM

hello i am new to the forum, was wondering if i could use in any way the tri-x with my eumig 128xl?

the eumig reads 100D/160T, but was reading around that 200D of the tri-x is actually 160D? 

i am kind of confused, have some cartiges that i want to develop but am afraid that its over exposed since i used them with the eumig

can anyone shed some light over this?

thanks in advanced!

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#2 David Cunningham

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Posted 23 November 2014 - 03:58 PM

7266 is 200 in daylight and 160 in tungsten.

If you exposed in a eumig 128xl outdoors then you likely exposed by one full stop over. It will be over exposed but probably still usable. If you want to pay the extra $, it may be worth a one stop pull.

If you exposed it indoors it should only be 2/3 over and relatively low light to start with. I'd probably just process normal in that case.
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#3 Alfonzo Parutz

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Posted 23 November 2014 - 06:24 PM

thanks for clearing that up, imagine i will develop it one stop like you say,

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