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    Ya, unfortunately that's way too much. I think I'm going to go with this Arista fixer, because it claims to be odorless.

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/6200-A...2.5?cat_id=303

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    Quote Originally Posted by srs5694 View Post
    Although Freestyle doesn't carry Kodak Flexicolor fixer, they do carry Silver Pixel C-41 fixer. Unfortunately, the only quantity is "2x10 liter," so that might not be a good option if you're a light user.
    It is not a good option, but for other reasons. That product is for the C-41RA process. I have read, and from no less a source than PE if I recall correctly, that this fixer is incompatible with B&W processes because it will cause longevity problems down the road.
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    Being inanimate, it doesn't smell, but it stinks a bit. There is usually a bit of ammonia odor, worse in the alkaline versions. The acid versions may also have a bit of acetic acid odor. The odors are usually quite slight.

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