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    LegacyPro B&W Powder Paper Developer

    Anyone tried this, particularly tested it side by side with Kodak Dektol? I'm curious as to how well it works.

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    Re: LegacyPro B&W Powder Paper Developer

    I tried some a while back, very similar to Dektol. I use Ethol LPD these days, much prefer it over Dektol, works out cheaper. LPD outlasts and is replenishable, adjust tone by dilution without change of developing time. No dilution or 1+1 for cold tone and warmer tones with higher dilution, non-staining.
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