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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Yes it was discussed before. Lots of us said we'd buy it. I think I said two bottles - I don't get to print nearly as much as I'd like. They looked at it but the market wasn't enough.
    But isn't the question now whether the introduction of the new FB cool tone papers may have changed that market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    But isn't the question now whether the introduction of the new FB cool tone papers may have changed that market?
    Good point!

    Ra ra, go CT Developer!

    Oh Simon, paging Simon...

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    I really hope Simon and Ilford will reconsider relaunching cool tone developer.

    At least in special order batches ??

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    Kodak Blue-Black Developer

    Elon 2.0 g
    Sodium sulfite anhydrous 25.0 g
    Hydroquinone 6.0 g
    Sodium carbonate anhydrous 35.0 g
    Potassium bromide 0.5 g
    Benzotriazole 1% 10 ml
    Water to make 1.0

    Use full strength.

    Kodak D-158

    Elon 3.0 g
    Sodium sulfite anhydrous 50.0 g
    Hydroquinone 12.5 g
    Sodium carbonate anhydrous 70.0 g
    Potassium bromide 0.9 g
    Water to make 1.0 l

    Dilute 1+1.

    Also Ilford ID-36.

    There are many other cold tone developers. Just mix your own. Elon is Kodak's tradename for Metol.
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    Michael R is spot on, a component in CT Dev was made 'in house' in our Kilo lab ( where we make specialist / hard to find / no longer made / or prohibitively expensive or available commercially in unsustainable volumes for our business.

    As you know I did request the product to be re-introduced but this was clearly rejected by the board due to the minimum manufactured volumes versus the write off sustained on the original manufacture.

    Very sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Michael R is spot on, a component in CT Dev was made 'in house' in our Kilo lab ( where we make specialist / hard to find / no longer made / or prohibitively expensive or available commercially in unsustainable volumes for our business.

    As you know I did request the product to be re-introduced but this was clearly rejected by the board due to the minimum manufactured volumes versus the write off sustained on the original manufacture.

    Very sorry.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
    Butbut...you didn't have CT FB paper then. It would be a great companion product!

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    Gerald - those MQ-ish cold tone developers you list will still end up a tad warmish with Cooltone. They'd work with Polygrade V, but not in this
    case. I'm not implying the results will be unacceptable, but definitely not as cold as this paper gets. Maybe some PQ tweak would do better;
    but amidol is the actual silver bullet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DREW WILEY View Post
    Gerald - those MQ-ish cold tone developers you list will still end up a tad warmish with Cooltone. They'd work with Polygrade V, but not in this
    case. I'm not implying the results will be unacceptable, but definitely not as cold as this paper gets. Maybe some PQ tweak would do better;
    but amidol is the actual silver bullet.
    Printing with the new cold tone fibre base paper for the first time last week, the image didn't seem particularly cold with D-72. My experience is that the BTZS additions don't seem to work with modern papers.

    Tom

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    Amidol is expensive and stains anything it comes near. Any other recommendations?


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