Cinestill DF96 B&W Film Developer 1Ltr - Monobath
Our Price: £20.00 GBP100336
A fantastic Monobath solution that ships in powder form for simple, easy home-developing.
Enough chemicals to process over 16+ rolls of black-and-white film, this simple-step solution means you only need one processing tank, and some water to rinse your film at the end.
Super-fast development of regular B&W film: just 3 mins at 27 degrees C!
Push/pull by adjusting temperature (6 degrees C per stop), fully-archival, odour-free and generally pretty painless.
- Make the solution up to 1L with warm (27C) water
- Bathe your exposed film in the solution - in the dark
- Hang to dry
- That's it!
NB: exception rules apply for Bergger Pancro, Adox CMS, and Rollei Retro 80S and JapanCameraHunter Streetpan. For full information on film needs please refer to the Cinestill data sheet
|Capacity:||16+ rolls (35mm or 120)|
|Perfect for:||Simple one-step process|
Where we ship
When you buy your camera film from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Cinestill DF96 B&W Film Developer Kit 1Ltr - Monobath today and dive back into the fun of B&W film photography!
First time getting into developing my own film after years of putting it off. Worrying I’d get the temperature wrong and having lots chemicals was a little daunting, this stuff is so simple to use though and pretty much foolproof with the room temperature chemical, and looking at negatives that I got done professionally and they look pretty much similar to the ones I developed with this. Can’t really comment on if it’s good for professionals, but it’s definitely great for anyone starting out with film photography to get you used to working with chemicals and getting use to the the whole process (attached a few photos, the double exposures were with Kentmere Pan 100 and the flower is APX 100.
Used this with Ortho 80. At first negatives were underfixed. I did everything according to the booklet, not sure what was the exact problem. I find using it is very hit and miss, and the negatives came out very grainy. Will not use again, too unpredictable.
Just developed my first roll of HP5 with this and it's just so easy. I have absolutely no previous experience with film photography (let alone development) and the negatives came out great. I didn't even use a thermometer, I just ran the bottle under warm water for a minute or so and agitated intermittently for 4 minutes or so.
Using df96 monobath was so easy coupled with lab box. Hardest bit was reading the instructions - tho v easy to understand. Didn't have any distilled water so used bottled water for the mix and tap water for rinse. All looks ok - I've got something - and next step is to digitise and see just what!
I hadn't developed any film myself since college days (1988-ish) and a lot has changed since then. As I live in the middle of nowhere, with the nearest Post Office being about 5 miles away, and no local labs, I decided that home developing had to be the answer, and reading the reports about Df96 Monobath, I thought I'd give it a try. How simple could it be?...all you need do is follow the instructions, and you're there. If you can make a cup of tea, you can develop your own B&W film with Df96. Don't think twice, just go for it, you'll be glad you did!