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    I didn't realize it was that easy.

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    Neither did I. It seems that I consume ingredients of film developer every morning with my coffee and OJ.

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    it is pretty much the best, least effort developer that exists
    as long as you get the right ingredients it will work ...
    and the measurements aren't as critical as the
    video-guy said ... i haven't measured anything in almost 6 years
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    Quite a well-made video, but doesn't he put the centre column upside down into the tank? The flat part should be on the bottom.

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    I AM SO DOING THIS!

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    Thanks for the link; now I have an option to drink the developer if I don't like how the film turns out
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    What is the "active ingredient" that enables the development?

    And if coffee and vitamin c can develop film, why is normal developer so toxic?

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    i'm not scientist, but from what i understand from people in "the know"
    it is the caffic acid in the coffee that developers
    the soda changes the ph ( adds fog too ) and the vit c from what i understand
    increases speed and contrast ...

    reinhold knows way more than me: http://caffenol.blogspot.com/


    it has to be robusta coffee, arabica coffee doesn't have very much ( if any ) caffic acid.
    the robusta coffee is usually the cheap stuff that sells in instant coffee, not in boutique coffee shop.

    if you are interested ( and have a coffee pot! ) i have a bunch of robusta beans ( GREEN! ) and roasted
    that works even better than instant ( for me at least ) ...
    instant is mostly robusta, but still often times is "cut" with arabica so it tastes better ...

    have fun!

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    If you soak ground coffee for 12 hours in cold water, then filter it out (1 can of cheap coffee to 12 cups of water is what I use), you get a basic coffee syrup of sorts. If you use good coffee, by all means drink it; it makes great iced coffee, watered down a bit (2 or 3 to 1). If you use cheap coffee, use it as developer.

    Once you add washing soda, all thoughts of drinking the stuff will quickly leave your mind; it smells like the grease trap in a bad diner kitchen. I have had some film come out quite stained, other film seems just a bit less contrasty when viewed in the sleeves than normal. All have printed beautifully.

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