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    I've seen the chromogenic APS stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiberiustibz View Post
    I've seen the chromogenic APS stuff.
    but you can't get it anymore.

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    Reviving this thread.

    I've processed Kodak Advantix Ultra in Caffenl developer after the CCM recipe.

    And made a shocking discovery : instead of the expected B&W negative, out came perfectly exposed, perfectly developed, what looks like perfect COLOR negatives, from a B&W developer!

    Can anyone explain that? Are the color ingredients already in the film, so that Advantix developer in effect is just a simple B&W developer?

    It must have been a stroke of luck of gigantic proportions for me to mix a vitamin c & coffe-based developer *just right* to get color development otherwise!

    I already reported this in both the Caffenol and Half-frame groups here on APUG.

    http://www.apug.org/forums/groups/co...sensation.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Prestmo View Post
    Reviving this thread.

    I've processed Kodak Advantix Ultra in Caffenl developer after the CCM recipe.

    And made a shocking discovery : instead of the expected B&W negative, out came perfectly exposed, perfectly developed, what looks like perfect COLOR negatives, from a B&W developer!

    Can anyone explain that? Are the color ingredients already in the film, so that Advantix developer in effect is just a simple B&W developer?

    It must have been a stroke of luck of gigantic proportions for me to mix a vitamin c & coffe-based developer *just right* to get color development otherwise!

    I already reported this in both the Caffenol and Half-frame groups here on APUG.

    http://www.apug.org/forums/groups/co...sensation.html


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    Well that will happen on the appropiate group, for those geniunely interested in the development & refinement of Caffenol.

    This was just a headsup. And a call to anyone that know a little about Kodak Advantix film.

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