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    What country are you in Gupa?

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    This is my first post here, so I want to say hello for all. I,m developing color reversal films for over ten years. From my experience i know that best results with Kodak films I can reach only with Kodak chemistry, and with Fuji films only with chemistry from Fuji. I mean 6-bath chemistry, not 3-bath, because it guarantees the best durability of developed films.

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    maximus,

    Could you elaborate a bit; what is the actual difference you see in your slides when developing Fuji film in Fuji chemistry vs. Kodak chemistry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus View Post
    This is my first post here, so I want to say hello for all. I,m developing color reversal films for over ten years. From my experience i know that best results with Kodak films I can reach only with Kodak chemistry, and with Fuji films only with chemistry from Fuji. I mean 6-bath chemistry, not 3-bath, because it guarantees the best durability of developed films.
    That's interesting, I have the best results with FUJI Provia in KodaK E-6 chemicals.
    The Fuji chemicals gave me a magentatomie impossible to correct. I think that the system of developing, a machine of what ever make or pure handwork, has a lot to do with the results.
    But this, of course, is a personal observation…

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrst View Post
    maximus,

    Could you elaborate a bit; what is the actual difference you see in your slides when developing Fuji film in Fuji chemistry vs. Kodak chemistry?
    Sometimes I can see the diference in balance and saturation of colours, sometimes I can't see. But when I measure the density of slides and density of control strips, then difference is high (I use automatic processor JOBO ATL2).

    Best results I have had in Agfa AP44 5-bath process, but now chemistry and flims are not available...
    Last edited by maximus; 03-01-2010 at 10:14 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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