Fix time for Kentmere 400 B&W with Kodak fixer

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  1. Josh66

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    K400 should look a lot better than that in D-76. I've never used D-76, but I've used a lot of ID-11, and from everything I've read it's the exact same thing.

    The fixer is probably not the problem though. What temperature are you developing at?


     
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    Take a look at my re-scanned images with contrast adjustments in Photoshop on Flickr.
     
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    What do you think ? Looks better ? I think so.
    But a question: how dense are those negatives ? Something tells me, that they maybe "overdone". There may be few reasons. What camera did you use ?
     

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