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Cinestill DF96 B & W Filmentwickler 1Ltr - Monobath

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Beschreibung

Eine fantastische Monobath-Lösung, die in Pulverform für eine einfache und einfache Entwicklung zu Hause geliefert wird.

Genug Chemikalien über 16 Rollen Schwarz-Weiß - film zu verarbeiten, diese einfachen Schritt Lösung mittels Ihnen nur Notwendigkeit einer Verarbeitungstank und etwas Wasser, um Ihren film am Ende zu spülen.

Superschnelle Entwicklung eines regelmäßigen B & amp; W - film: nur 3 Minuten bei 27 Grad C!

Drücken / Ziehen durch Einstellen der Temperatur um 6 ° C pro Stopp, vollständig archiviert, geruchsfrei und im Allgemeinen ziemlich schmerzfrei.s.

Verarbeitungsschritte:

  1. Machen Sie die Lösung mit warmem 27C Wasser auf 1 ler
  2. Baden Sie Ihren belichteten film in der Lösung - im Dunkeln
  3. Spülen
  4. Zum Trocknen aufhängen
  5. Das ist es!

    Hinweis: Für Bergger Pancro, Adox CMS, Rollei Retro 80S und JapanCameraHunter Streetpan gelten Ausnahmeregeln. Für vollständige Informationen über film Bedarf entnehmen Sie bitte denCinestill Datenblatt

    Spezifikation:

    Bilden: Pulver
    Größe: 1L
    Kapazität: 16 Rollen 35 mm oder 12020)
    Perfekt für: Einfacher Ein-Schritt-Prozess

     

    Wohin wir versenden

    Wenn Sie Ihre Kamera film von uns kaufen , können wir es in Großbritannien, Europa, USA, Neuseeland, Australien und Kanada weiteren Ländern geplant bald versandt! So kaufen Sie Ihre Cinestill DF96 B & amp; W Film Developer Kit 1Ltr - Monobad heute und tauchen wieder in den Spaß von B & amp; W film - Fotografie!y!

    Customer Reviews

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    paddy hagan
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Accreditation Handles: Paddy H
    Easy Black and White developing

    I havent processed film in decades but was attracted by the simplicity of a one stop process at not far off room temp. The instructions were reasonably clear and the result was outstanding to my eye on a film of FP4. I made it slightly more complicated by making up only the volume I needed so am hoping the remaining unmixed chemical keeps! If so the product is great value too.

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    Lawrence
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Landscapes, Street Photography, Travel, Low light/Night
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Accreditation Handles: @simple.exploration
    What more could you need

    I tend to use this developer with Eastman doubleX (or Cinestill BWXX), but also any other b&w film that arrives in the wonderful brown boxes from a certain wonderland. Since the developer was made for (as far as I’m aware) Eastman DoubleX it’s pretty much perfect; it gives fine grain, it’s super quick (I can be in and out of my darkroom in 15 minutes), with minimal fuss or anything else. And at £20 for 16+ rolls it’s great value.

    Unless you’re very picky about getting specific developing results, you’re probably using something more technical than this anyway.
    The photo here is Delta3200 on 120 format.

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    Molly Pollock
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Accreditation Handles: @bymollylauren
    Amazing for First Time Developers!

    I had never developed any film before using this and it was a great introductory developer! The fact it was a monolith was so useful and really simplified the whole process, making it less intimidating for me. Really easy to use and gave me amazing black and white shots!! (The colours on the film were my fault completely (the solution got shook and bubbled - but I love how they turned out! Beginner's luck I guess haha)

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    Mad Matt Heaton
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Portraits
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Works for me.

    Go online and you'll find lots of people who have trouble with df96 but I have to say that I'm pretty happy with it. Sure I can get slightly better exposures with other developing methods but I love how fast this makes b&w and I'm happy with the results. I use it almost exclusively for pushing film +1 or +2 and it works well for either - if you're after that high contrast grainy look.

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    Lewis Bradbrook bradbrook
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Travel
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Could this be the fool proof developing kit

    Can you go wrong? Yes but would be a silly reason instead of a simple mistake
    Is it easy? Yes only a couple of steps I stead of lost of jobs to do
    How long does it take?
    3-5 mins

    This is brilliant