Ilford ID-11 B&W Film Developer 1Ltr - Powder
Our Price: £6.50 GBP100394
A fantastic 'all-rounder' developer. Ilford claim it as the industry standard for simple B&W development and we can't disagree: it's versatile, simple, and produces great results across the range of different black and white film although it will excel in particular with slow-medium speed films.
We ship it to you in powder form for easy mixing at home and long shelf life (>3 years)
The three packets included contain enough chemicals to process 10 rolls of black-and-white film (35mm or 120) at a time.
For developing times across multiple films please check the MassiveDevChart here
|Capacity:||10 rolls (35mm or 120)|
|Perfect for:||Great all-rounder|
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 Ilford ID-11 B&W Film Developer Kit 1Ltr today and dive back into the fun of B&W film photography!
This is easy to use, consistent and predictable....what more do you need? I use it at stock dilution and it provides fast accurate development on a huge variety of emulsions. VERY economical to use and so simple!
Haven't been in my darkroom for many years so my chemicals had all expired. Having just used a 27 year old bw film in one of my vintage Canon"s, I wanted to try a powder developer for a change. This product worked great on my very expired Ilford film although a mistake by me loading the film into the spiral meant only 10 frames eventually came out. Nice contrast and very forgiving on my old film. Will be using again when I experiment with a roll of 120 soon!
Mix both parts for 1 litre of Dev that can be used 20 times (2 x 500 ml bottles mixed). Each bottle can be used 10 times with the appropriate time adjustment but only really good for developing a lot of films in a month or so as doesn’t keep for long when mixed and must be all mixed at once.
Good for developing 35mm in 2 roll batches.
I used this developer for my first time developing black and white film at home. It was easy to use, and I found the results of using it with my Kentmere 100 and expired Tmax 100 films really good. I would recommend this to anyone starting out in black and white developing at home.