Or at 1+1 at 11 minutes and 20°C, if you are short on chemicals, it also seems 
to give a better regular range of greys.
All the best
David
Le 11 sept. 2014 à 22:10, nicky.ham...@talktalk.net a écrit :

> Thanks, that's very helpful,
> 
> Nicky.
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> From: Robert Schaller <rob...@ontosmedia.com>
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> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Processing Plus X negative in D76
> 
> I've always processed Plus X negative with undiluted D76 for 6 minutes @20
> degrees C.  I can't really speak to reducing contrast -- I haven't really
> had that problem!  Diluting the developer would reduce the contrast, it
> seems, but then I can't recommend a time.
> 
> On Thu, September 11, 2014 9:09 am, nicky.ham...@talktalk.net wrote:
> >
> 
> > Can anyone suggest processing times for developing Plus X negative / 7231
> > in D76 please? I can't find anything online, other than for stills film,
> > which is apparently not the same.
> >
> > A recommendation as to whether stock or 1:1 dilution would also be
> > appreciated, given it's quite contrasty,
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> >
> > nicky.
> >
> >
> >
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