Agfacolor "CN-17" recipe?

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Athiril, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. Athiril

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    Will dig it out later Dan

    Ian

    PS: Have found a set of formulae with variations for Telko, Adox, Gevaert, Frrania and Agfa, so will scan.

    Telko became Ciba and then Ilford (Switzerland).
     
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    Cheers :smile:

    The roll I've got is Telko Telcolor CN20 (is whats printed on the backing paper). It's got marks all over it, and kinda breaks apart already, very old, but the guy found it in a relatives place, so whatever faint terrible image I can get off will be quite valuable to them.
     
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    Can you put the formulae on here, please. (Got one or two ancient films from my Dad's time....nothing valuable, but always thought that I'd try to get around to attempting to process them one day!). :smile:
     
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    It's Tellko but Telcolor.

    Don't ask me why...
     
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    Cheers, I owe you one Ian :smile:
     
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    I think the columns for formula and temperature are reversed.
     
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    That row shifted one column to the left on posting, I've corrected it now.

    Ian