5 minutes, 30 seconds at 20°C/68.0°F
Trying out a roll of Kodak Plus-X expired in 1976. Not bad for such an old film. There is a bit of fog and some grain, but mostly due to excessive agitation.
I have used stock D-76 made a couple of months ago. I could dilute it to get it to act as a compensating developer, but due to the warmth of the night I had to get it done quickly.
(Stock D-76, 5 1/2 minutes, 20-21 degC)
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