Cinestill CS41 Color Film Developer - Kit polvere da 1 litro
Per quelli di voi che stanno cercando di iniziare a sviluppare pellicole a colori a casa, questo è il modo più semplice per iniziare! Un kit di elaborazione C-41 a due bagni, spedito in polvere per una facile consegna e una conservazione a lunga durata.
Mescola semplicemente un pacchetto di sviluppatore in acqua tiepida per creare il tuo primo passaggio e le due confezioni di candeggina / fix in un altro bicchiere per il secondo passaggio.
Quindi carica la tua film su una bobina e il serbatoio di sviluppo in una borsa per il cambio o in una camera oscura! E inizia a rompersi.g.
Per istruzioni complete
Si prega di scaricare l'allegatoScheda informativa Cinestill CS41- Nota anche che una versione cartacea di queste istruzioni è inclusa nel tuo kit di polvere, quindi non sarai mai a corto di come elaborare le tue pellicole.
Puoi spingere / tirare e giocare con diverse temperature per adattare lo sviluppo al tuo stile e gusto personale.
|Capacità:||24 rotoli pubblicizzati come massimo, ma in genere 12-18
|Perfetto per:||Sviluppo domestico del colore
Quando acquisti la tua film fotografica da noi, possiamo spedirla in tutto il Regno Unito, Europa, Stati Uniti, Nuova Zelanda, Australia e Canada, altri paesi in programma a breve! Quindi acquista oggi il tuo Cinestill CS41 Color Film Developer - 1Ltr Powder Kit e tuffati nel divertimento dello sviluppo domesticong
I hadn't done colour dev for about 20 years, but decided to try this to see if they'd made it any easier. They have!
With most negatives being scanned nowadays, temperature control probably isn't quite as critical as it used to be anyway, but this stuff really doesn't seem to care. Developing cold? Just extend the dev time!
It's also remarkably economic and stable, unlike the older chemicals I was used to. The images are from the 15th film put through a 1 litre batch, which was mixed about 10 weeks ago and stored in simple poly bottles with the air squeezed out, in a dark-ish corner of the room. And there's no sign of it giving up just yet!
The 2 bath process is also a LOT easier to manage than the old separate bleach, fix, and stabiliser routine - get a bucket of hot water (a sous vide machine really helps), get the chemicals up to temp, and - in about 15 minutes - your negatives are hanging to dry.
Easier than finding a Truprint envelope!
Used this for the first time I tried to develop color film at home. Was very relieved when the negatives turned out ok. At first I was afraid that they were underfixed, as they were quite milky, but after they dried, they look fine ;)
I've developed quite a lot of blank and white, a little bit of ECN-2, and this kit had been my fits experience of C41. This is the easiest process I've used by a long way! Mixing the chemicals is no worse than any other two part powder kit - just make sure the water is moving when you pour the powder in to it.
This gives me the confidence to try LF colour. Soon...
It was my first time home developing and actually making the chemicals was a bit stress full but I think I was a bit out on temperatures yet the still worked perfectly this is very similar with the developer temperature as if it was a bit to hot I would maybe take away 10 seconds or so and there would never be any real problem with pushing or pulling.
Dabbled in the idea of developing my own C41 film at home for a while, but was always deterred by how complex it seemed. Took the plunge with this kit and I’m so glad I did. It’s insanely simple to use and genuinely very difficult to get wrong; I’ve even developed a few expired rolls with this, expecting to not get good results from them as I had home developed. But nope. This cinestill kit was awesome even for those. Plus, it’s taught me that home developing is super fun