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    reversal film development

    I'm trying to reversal develop Plus-x Reversal Film 7265. The instructions from Kodak require a re-exposure, but it's very difficult to do by hand. Is there another alternative to the light re-exposure that can be used with the B&W kit chemicals?

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    The re exposure step is just day light the film. then put it in the 2nd developer and fix.

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    Kodak uses Stannous Chloride in the E6 reversal bath. That may work, you would need to experiment.

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    http://www.ilfordphoto.com/Webfiles/20061291034093.pdf

    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/profe...bs/j87/j87.pdf

    I can't see any mention of a fogging exposure in the Kodak instructions so the fogging agent must be in the second developer.
    If you want sepia transparencies it may be possible to use the toner bath from a sepia toning kit rather than a second developer - again you would need to experiment.

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    Thank You!!

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    The re-exposure to light is very simple to do by hand, just follow Ilford's instructions.

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