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    Developing Maco Infrared film in Rodinal.

    Anyone have any idea of a dev time to start out with?

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    Developing Maco Infrared film in Rodinal.

    Hello Rabbi,

    The only information I could find regarding Maco Infrared IR820c, 4X5 sheet film (I am assuming that is the film you are inquiring about) and Agfa Rodinal. Use a 1+12 dilution, and develope for 9 minutes. Most of the users of this film seem to be developing it in Kodak Xtol.

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    Developing Maco Infrared film in Rodinal.

    I've done a few 120 rolls in Rodinal 1:100 for 20mins @ 20C. Agitation 5secs each minute for 1st 5mins, 5secs each 2min thereafter.

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    Developing Maco Infrared film in Rodinal.

    Hello Rabbi, I have developed the Maco 820 Infrared in Rodinal 1:12 for 9 minutes at 68* F and have gotten excellent results. I cannot comment on enlarging results as I have only contact-printed the negatives. Peter

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    Developing Maco Infrared film in Rodinal.

    many thanks to all!

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