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by Gerald Koch Published on 11-17-2006 01:55 PM
Distilled water (50°C) ................................ 750 ml
Metol ..................................................... 10.0 g
Sodium...
by Gerald Koch Published on 11-16-2006 11:21 AM
Kodak marketed this high acutance developer during the late 50's and early 60's. It was very popular in Europe but was never marketed in the US. ...
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-31-2006 07:29 PM
Chrome Alum Stop Bath Kodak SB-3
Agfa 216

This chrome alum stop bath provides greater hardening than can be obtained
with a white alum stop bath....
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-28-2006 09:24 PM
Armed Forces Developer #4

This is a high contrast developer for aerial films and for other low-contrast situations.

Distilled water (50°C)...
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-28-2006 09:22 PM
A fine grain negative developer.

Distilled water (50°C) ................. 750 ml
Sodium sulfite (anhy) .................. 50.0 g
Hydroquinone...
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-28-2006 09:10 PM
This developer is intended for use with T-Max and Delta films, although it will produce excellent results with traditional emulsions. FX-37 is...
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-28-2006 07:52 PM
The following formula is said to be very similar to the discontinued Kodak Selectol Soft.

Distilled water (50°C) ................ 750 ml
Metol...
by Gerald Koch Published on 10-28-2006 07:34 PM
A rapid commercial paper developer.

Distilled water (50°C) ................. 750 ml
Metol .................................. 3.3 g
Sodium...

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