FS: Kodak 5L E-6 kit *opened box, but all bottles unopened*

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by DanielStone, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. DanielStone

    DanielStone Member

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    Bought this last year to do some "experimenting" with extreme pushing(5+ stops) for a specific "look" I was going to try for a small project, but I killed it. So this remains.

    As stated above, box has been opened(by me), and all bottles are intact.

    ***Please note: This will need to be shipped "Hazmat" via UPS Ground due to its contents. I will pack it very safely. IT WILL COST MORE DUE TO CONTENTS CLASSIFICATION***

    USA ONLY due to shipping hassles.

    $100 + shipping costs(please send me your zip so I can get you a quote

    Paypal or USPS Money Order please

    5% to APUG

    thanks,

    Dan

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  3. StoneNYC

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    Darn I wish I understood the E-6 process better when it comes to the many bottle kits, the Arista E-6 you mix together and get 3 bottles, this looks like you DON'T mix together and needs like 6 separate baths... But does it last longer? I don't process enough to need giant amounts of it if it won't last once opened... Anyone?


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    There is E6 six baths used in pro-labs and E6 three baths which is usually aimed to amateurs. It has been ages since last time I processed slides, so I may be wrong, but I'd say that both kits are able to process the same amount of film, just the 6-baths can offer more control.
     
  5. DanielStone

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    And this kit has been SOLD and shipped, thanks Frobozz!

    -Dan