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Cinestill DF96 B&W Film Developer 1Ltr - Monobath

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Une solution Monobath fantastique qui se présente sous forme de poudre pour un développement domestique simple et facile.

Suffisamment de produits chimiques pour traiter plus de 16 rouleaux de film en noir et blanc, ce moyen de solution simple étape vous avez seulement besoin une cuve de traitement, et de l'eau pour rincer votre film à la fin.

Développement ultra-rapide d'un film noir et blanc régulier: seulement 3 minutes à 27 ° C!

Pousser / tirer en ajustant la température de 6 degrés C par arrêt, entièrement archivable, sans odeur et généralement assez indolore.s.

Étapes de traitement:

  1. Faire la solution jusqu'à 1L avec de l'eau chaude 27Cer
  2. Baignez votre film exposé dans la solution - dans le noir
  3. Rincer
  4. Suspendre pour sécher
  5. C'est tout!

    NB: des règles d'exception s'appliquent pour Bergger Pancro, Adox CMS, Rollei Retro 80S et JapanCameraHunter Streetpan. Pour plus d'informations sur les besoins en film , veuillez consulter leFiche technique Cinestill

    Spécification:

    Forme: Poudre
    Taille: 1 L
    Capacité: 16 rouleaux 35 mm ou 12020)
    Parfait pour: Processus simple en une étape

     

    Où nous expédions

    Lorsque vous achetez votre film de caméra chez nous, nous pouvons l'expédier à travers le Royaume-Uni, l'Europe, les États-Unis, la Nouvelle-Zélande, l'Australie et le Canada, d'autres pays sont prévus prochainement! Alors achetez dès aujourd'hui votre Cinestill DF96 B & amp; W Film Developer Kit 1Ltr - Monobath et replongez-vous dans le plaisir de la photographie de film N & amp; W!y!

    Customer Reviews

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    M.P.
    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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    M.M.H.
    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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    L.B.b.
    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

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    I.
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Travel
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Accreditation Handles: I.H Freeman
    There is no downside

    I was hesitant to purchase this since it seemed too good to be true. After much research looking into the pros and cons of using it, I really couldn't find any. Having mucked up a role of film from a trip to Venice in the past because I had messed up the order of the 3 step process, I knew how frustrating it was to waste rolls like that - especially after you had shot the entire thing. I bought this and it worked absolutely superbly
    N.B - I developed some Fomapan 200 and it went a funny colour and once left in a bottle for a few days there was a sediment at the bottom but this didn't seem to effect the process at all. I would also recommend storing it in a brown glass/opaque bottle - whilst the processing wasn't developed, there was definitely a grey that built up on the outside of the bottle

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    H.J.R.
    Perfect for: Great All-Rounder, Beginners, Street Photography, Travel
    Sharing with the Film Community: Yes
    Accreditation Handles: @hudsonjrippon
    Excellent for beginners

    I've recently started developing black and white with the individual chemicals which does come out a lot better, however fresh df96 does do a very good job and considering how simple it is and how fast it is, is absolutely brilliant for beginners. My biggest complaint with DF96 is how the latter rolls come out when the chemicals get exhausted but within the recommended limit.