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    Kodak D-96A

    The formula for Kodak D-96A (with ascorbic acid and without hydroquinone) is widely published on the internet. However, I never saw it in my Kodak official publications. I wonder where is the printed source ?

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    one of the old Dataguides probably has it -- I have a couple downstairs but am too lazy to go look, but I bet it's there -- formulae for dozens of different developers are in there.

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    Well, the formula used to be on the Kodak web site, but I cannot find it right OTOMH.

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    It is a MOTION Picture developer, I would guess it is in Module 15 on this page

    http://motion.kodak.com/motion/uploa...2415_h2415.pdf
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    Thanks. That is where I was looking but could not find it. The formulas have been updated since I last looked at them. They had 2 sets of developers for reversal MP, one set contained KSCN as solvent and the -A formulas used DTOD as chemical fogging agent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmacd123 View Post
    It is a MOTION Picture developer, I would guess it is in Module 15 on this page

    http://motion.kodak.com/motion/uploa...2415_h2415.pdf
    Thanks ! -- But where is D-96A ?

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    Table 15-6, page 19 by PDF count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    They had 2 sets of developers for reversal MP, one set contained KSCN
    The "A" version seems to be a change to be compatible with the New Bleach. The older bleach contained more undesirable chemicals... Kodak Changed both the Plus-x and Tri-X reversal film, then said the older film will run OK but that Old plus-x gets a one step push with the new process. (they they canned all versions of Plus-x - go figure).

    The film cans have the new process specified by just referring to the developer formula.

    BTW, The lab in Toronto where I send my film just started to do reversal - and is using the new process. I innocently sent in a roll of FOMAPAN R-100 and got back 100 ft of STAIN. The lab offered me a credit for the processing and says that they can adjust the process "Next Time" But I am thinking my next movie making will be on 7222. There is still prints available with that lab, one of the few still doing 16mm prints.
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    Charles;

    The change from KSCN to DTOD has nothing to do with the bleach. Sorry.

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    Charles,

    Who in Toronto is developing cine film (reversal), or anything else for that matter (besides Niagara)? I haven't used anyone there for a number of years, mostly due to shipping costs. I see that the B&W Film Factory site seems to have gone the way of all flesh.

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    Clarence

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