Developing expired film

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  1. Easy_Target

    Easy_Target TPF Noob!

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    Anyone have any experience developing expired T-max 100? The film itself is about 18 years old, stored at room temperature.


    My only available developer is t-max.
     
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    I developed some 14 yr old expired TMax 400 120 recently. To bring out more detail I would recommend developing 1.5 times the recommended time, if the chart tells you 10 do 15. Other than that do the rest the same.

    edit: Oh, and I was happy with how the film came out. Seemed to be a bit grayer than maybe it should, but other than that I liked it. Of course I was shooting with a holga, so I might have different standards than you.
     

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