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!
This arrived in the post today and within 4 hours of the postman dropping it off, I had developed and scanned my first ever roll! I’ve been interested in at home development for months, after learning the hard way how expensive sending rolls to labs for development can be. I finally took the plunge with this Cinestill kit and was absolutely floored by how easy it was to use. It’s genuinely difficult to mess this up! My Kentmere 100 roll came out beautifully and I’m incredibly proud of myself. Definitely recommend this to anybody like me who has zero experience with development
This is the first time developing B&W film since uni (some twenty + years!). The Cinebath is super simple to make up and really easy to use. I love that I can re-use the chemicals and look forward to developing more films. I've developed 2 HP5 + films thus far.
Everything coming out well so far . Easy to use. The film is all turning out just fine - Totally does what it says on the tin - though the actual solution Itself discolours unnervingly, it doesn’t seem to matter.
I ordered the powder version from Analogue Wonderland, which arrived very quickly and with great email communication from AW. The monobath powders (two of them) were very easy to mix with water and the pack came with clear instructions. I used a clean 1 litre container to store the liquid once mixed.
So far I've developed four films, (3 FP4+ and 1 HP5+). All have worked and produced very usable and satisfying images. I'm about to try it with Fomapan 100 and Fuji Acros 2. Hoping for similarly good results. Simple, no odour and pretty cost effective so far.
I have NEVER developed film at home before. It was almost too easy!
(keep in mind that these are PINHOLE photos - so no lens at all)
I am a new to film - I 3d printed myself a pinhole camera, (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:953359 ) and after some test rolls in colour sent away for processing worked I decided I would try B&W at home.
I looked at videos on youtube and decided I would use this Monobath, so I bought it with some rolls of (cheap!) 100asa Foma film.
They developed easily and the images look good.. I can't compare with other processing, but for a beginner, you can (probably) not go wrong ;)