Testing hypo clear

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  1. Actor

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    • Developer is one shot.
    • Stop bath has the purple indicator.
    • Clearing time tells you when fixer is exhausted.
    • Photo Flo is so cheap I don't worry about it. One shot.
    How can you tell when hypo clear is used up? Is it one shot? Can you test it?
     
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    one session use. there should be a guide line on the bottle that will give you a range, it may be read as sq. inch of rather than a specific number

    about the only thing one would use hypo clear for these days would be fiber printing .
     
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    You're right. Awfully fine print though. Almost need a loupe to read it. 150 to 200 36 exposure 35mm rolls per gallon. Meaning a pint should be good for 20 rolls. Oh, dear. More record keeping.

    Thanks.
    Really? I have two different books that recommend its use for processing film.
     

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