The Ilford Simplicity Starter Kit is the best place to start learning developing!
A box containing just enough chemicals to develop, stop, fix and wash 2 x 35mm films or 1 x 120 roll, for a simple introduction to B&W film developing.
The four single-use sachets included:
- Film Developer - creates the image on the negative
- Film Stop (Ilfostop) - stops the developing chemical reaction
- Ilford Rapid Fixer - removes any remaining light-sensitive chemicals so the image won't degrade over time
- Ilfotol Wetting Agent - makes the water glide off the film to reduce waterspots
For developing times across multiple films please check the MassiveDevChart here
|Concentrated liquid in sachets
|2 rolls (35mm) or 1 (120)
|Learning to develop!
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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 Simplicity Starter Pack - B&W Developing Kit today and dive back into the fun of B&W film photography!
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The joy I got from developing my first rolls of film was such that all I can say to anyone on the fence, just do it!
As a beginner to the world of home developing (and film photography in general), this pack was a great way to get started. As the pouches contain small amounts, it's a great way to try it out, and see if you like it. The developer pouch will do 2 x 35mm rolls, as will the stop bath and fixer, but those latter two can be re-used several times, so keep them in an air tight container :p If you want to do more, pick up more developer and get to work :) I've done a couple of rolls using this pack, and the negatives look really clear and sharp. Unfortunately, my scanning capabilities aren't up to scratch, so the attached photo doesn't do it justice >_< It's made me excited to figure out how to get better scans so I can do something with my photos :)
I bought this kit after watching the Ilford Youtube video. It is an easy way to try out developing and I am delighted with my first ever home developed negatives.