Atomal 49 B&W Film Developer 5Ltr - Powder


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Keith S. (London, GB)
Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits, Landscapes, Street Photography, Pinhole/Long-Exposure, Architecture, Creative/Abstract, Travel, Studio work, Low light/Night
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A Really nice, fine grain developer

I've now developed a couple of rolls of Adox CHS 100 ll and a roll of FP4+ with this developer, and the results are great!
I would however recomend mixing the developer the night before you intend to use it, as I found it doesn't fully disolve that easilly...leave it overnight in a bottle, then give it a real good shake before using for the first time seems to be the best way I would say. The shot of the Drummer is on Adox CHS 100 ll, and the Church Tower is on FP4+. Both were developed in Atomal 49 at Stock

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Nicholas L. (Royal Tunbridge Wells, GB)
Perfect for: Beginners, Landscapes, Architecture
Off to a good start

I've found this powder developer quite easy to use. I'm still working through my first 1 litre mix since I'm using a tube developer for 5 x 4" which only needs 60ml per neg. It has lasted a month so far, but the liquid is looking a bit darker now. Perhaps its time to mix some more, though I haven't seen any change in the results yet. As I've only started film developing recently I don't have any other products for comparison. 8 minutes at 20 deg C seems about right for FOMA 200.

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