I have an Agfa Click II (1/30 s fixed, f/11 for sunny and f/8.8 for overcast) that I'm using with Kodak T-Max 100 ISO (BN, negative).
What are my reasonable alternatives for developing it, considering I use Adonal/Rodinal?
If I am correct, I should theoretically develop the film at 25 ISO to satisfy the sunny 16 rule: "sunny" setting is f/11 in the Click II, so I have one stop overexposure, and I have 1/30 instead of 1/100, so I have another 1,5 stops overexposure, meaning about 25 ISO from the base sensitivity of the film (100 ISO).
Should I stick to that theoretical calculation or would developing for 50 ISO be also ok with this negative film? I think negative handles overexposure well.
Concerning choice of dilution, 1+25, 1+50 or 1+100?
The final use will be scanning using Nikon Coolscan with medium film adaptor. I will try some wet darkroom prints too but they are not as important.
Edit: I found this question Pushing film while stand developing? but it deals with the opposite case, with underexposed film that was exposed for higher sensitivity. In my case I may need to avoid an excessive increase in density of the negative during development.