510 Pyro - B&W Film Developer

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Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Clare W. (Wirral, GB)
Lovely stuff

I've developed 3 films so far using this and I am really happy with how they turned out.
Really easy to use, comes with a syringe so you can extract the exact amount from the bottle (1ml needed per 100ml water).
Combined with the Eco Fixer you don't need anything else to develop B&W so it saves on stopbath costs too.

Becki (Dereham, GB)
New favourite

As someone that develops sporadically, I love that this can be stored for a long time, especially after opening. It was surprisingly goopy, but I think that just made it easier to handle without making a mess. Used it on some 120 200 Fomapan and 35 400 Fomapan, and I'm really happy with the results.

Keith S. (Wisbech, GB)
Perfect for RPX25

I recently developed a roll of Rollei RPX25 in 510 Pyro and the development is just perfect. It will be my go to developer for this film from now on!

Jim W. (Leeds, GB)

Love this developer, tiny, lasts ages, gives really great results, doesn't need a chemical stop.

Jake W. (Preston, GB)

Pyro has been a long time favourite of mine since my student days in the 90s. Initially, I started using it because I'd read that Edward Weston and Ansel Adams used it. 510 is a lot more convenient than the PMK formula I used back then and gives beautifully detailed, tonally rich negatives on every film I've tried so far. I've hit it with everything from Rollei Infrared to HP5 +, to Delta 3200 and basically 510 is going to become my go to developer. There are others I love for their particular qualities, such as Rodinal and DDX, but I can't recommend this one highly enough. Development times are not the shortest, but be patient, read the instructions and go gently. And it's economical too!

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