This chemical are still made today, you may want to try mail order to get ti you (just noticed you're down-under).
Originally Posted by bradman
OTOH, I'd been using this, then went with Kodak Polymax-T for years, back to Agfa for a bottle, now I'm back with Kodak. Just like the results better. YMMV.
That formula doesn't exactly match what I've seen for Agfa 125. Does anyone know whether the Sodium Carbonate should be anhydrous or monohydrous?
Originally Posted by Snapshot
The formulas I've seen run like the following from Tom Hoskinson ....
You said you wanted to replenish an existing processor filled with the Agfa developer. "Topping up" means to add fresh developer to maintain a specific level in the tank of the processor. I don't think you would have any issues adding the Ilford Multicontrast developer to the Agfa developer already in your processor.
Originally Posted by PHOTOTONE
Sodium Carbonate should be monohydrate for this formula. I apologize for the confusion.
Originally Posted by CBG