B&W stop bath

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by baronfoxx, Jul 4, 2003.

  1. baronfoxx

    baronfoxx Member

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    thank you one and all for the helpfull replies, it seems that the water bath is the favourite, but is time consuming if I follow the "Ultra" instrutions.

    comment to Roy, I have just processed two 35mm rolls of Fuji Acros in Dixactol Ultra using the partial stand two bath process and the results are some of the best of mine I have printed as 12"x16" prints on Multigrade FB warmtone.
    My usual film is Ilford Delta 100 and my initial reaction is that I think the Acros may!! be better.
     
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  3. baronfoxx

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    HI Roy

    yes, Dixactol Ultra is thefollow-up to Dixactol, you can get full data sheets on theBarry Thornton website.