This is probably one of the most repeated threads, but as the search motor doesn't give any results while I search for E6, and the Articles section isn't too easy with finding any tutorial, I thought I'd just ask for one anyway. So here I am, a rookie, only experienced with developing black and white film and who desperately needs to learn how to develop color film since lab prices skyrocketed because of the digital revolution. The only kit available in Norway being the Kodak E6 kit 5L, with no information whatoever on the stores website, and kodaks website being rather messy as well. I thought I'd ask some of the basic questions here. 1. First of all, I need to know what they mean by "single use, all chemicals are expended together". From what I'm used to, working with rodinal, we mix chemicals according to how many films we want to develop, the kit says that it can develop up to 60 films. I'm hoping that single use doesn't mean that all sixty films have to be developed in one single use, I'm guessing that single use signifies that you can't use the same chemicals more than once. How true is this? I've read some place that color developer can be used several times, only that you need to add about 15 seconds each time you use it. And by single use, is that limited to the developer, or does that add to the blix, stop and fix as well? In B&W, we pour the developer onto a larger tank (which is probably thrown away to some recycling plant of sorts), and use the stop and fix over and over again. 2. The second question is: how do you regulate color temperature? Color film seems to need a rather exact body temperature of 37.8 for the development bath, what's the most effective way of doing this? 3. Third is: what types of film can I use for this development method? I shoot mainly with 35mm film, but I'm also interested in using 120 if I can get my hands on some kind of medium format camera. 4. And last: How do I do it? Is there any tutorial for how to develop using the E6 method, and maybe some information on how to enlarge/print images onto photo-sensitive paper?