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Developing Tri-X 7266 16mm from 2006


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#1 Owen McCafferty II

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 11:01 AM

Hi All

 

I have some 16mm 7266 I shot in 2006 that expired in 2008. I shot it (if I remember correctly) around 200 ASA (maybe a little less.)

 

I want to process it in D-19 at home but wasn't sure on time since it's over 10 years old. It was stored in a fairly cool environment (but not in the fridge or freezer.)

 

If it doesn't process correctly it won't be a total loss (the subject matter isn't that important) so no pressure, but any advice on times or temps would be appreciated.

 

Using dich. bleach, clearing bath, fixer, etc., 

 

Thanks!

Owen


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#2 Stephen Baldassarre

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 10:53 AM

You can expect lower contrast but it should still render a usable image.


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