reversal film development

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  1. SageKatelyn

    SageKatelyn Member

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    I'm trying to reversal develop Plus-x Reversal Film 7265. The instructions from Kodak require a re-exposure, but it's very difficult to do by hand. Is there another alternative to the light re-exposure that can be used with the B&W kit chemicals?
     
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    The re exposure step is just day light the film. then put it in the 2nd developer and fix.
     
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    Kodak uses Stannous Chloride in the E6 reversal bath. That may work, you would need to experiment.
     
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    Thank You!!
     
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    The re-exposure to light is very simple to do by hand, just follow Ilford's instructions.

    Ian