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    Beutler GD

    This is a variant of Beutler, I made for Rollei Superpan 200 to get gritty and grainy pictures, therefore GD - Grain Developer.
    It will work with other filmes too

    A
    10 g Metol
    50 g Sodium Sulfite
    Water to make 1000ml

    B
    43 g Potassium Carbonate
    6.0 g Sodium Hydroxide
    Water to make 1000ml

    Mix the two stock solutions. Be careful when you mix the Sodium Hydroxide into the cold water.

    Working solution: 50ml A + 50 ml B + 400 ml Water
    Suggested develope time for Rollei Superpan 200 - 18m00s @ 20 degree Celcius
    Agitation: Constant the first 30 sec. then 10 sec., every minute the first 3 minutes thereafter 10sec. every 3rd minute.

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    Trisodiumphosphate,TSP, should work well. An off the shelf chemical of high ph. Perhaps it alone. Dan

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    To get gritty and grainy pictures

    Why?

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    For the same reason Crawley came up with FX-16, sometimes people want a harsh gritty grainy image for effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    For the same reason Crawley came up with FX-16, sometimes people want a harsh gritty grainy image for effect.
    Exactly my reason to make this variant of Beutler.

    Tom



 

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