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    Try contacting the Formulary. It might help. IDK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Gray View Post
    I wrote them a couple weeks ago and was told it would be out in a 'short bit.' Working on 'packaging and pricing and such.'

    I was also told it will be Kodak chemistry (yay!) I can't wait.

    WOW - that is great news to hear! I did my homework by searching here late last year on the feasibility of using Kodak C-41 chems at home one-shot too, and came to the conclusion that, at least to start, it was best to go with the liquid Tetenal 5L kit. I couldn't determine how one would go about using the SM chemicals (yes read through all of the Kodak tech pubs too) one-shot... the E-6 kit is much more straightforward in this respect.

    I will be keeping my eyes peeled for info about the PF kit - any idea on who would be selling it? (Freestyle, B&H, or perhaps just direct from the source?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kompressor View Post
    Freestyle i think will be the best place. Call them and ask for getting you some kits from Rollei. They are sold in Europe by macodirect.de. I use this Rollei Digibase C41 chemistry. I process a lot of film pr. litre and it gives ´me the most beautiful C-41 negs i ever have seen. Since Maco is selling products in big amount trough Freestyle in US, i think its just a matter of asking, if freestyle isnt having it already
    Freestyle won't touch kodak chemicals.
    I made an inquiry about the digibase c41 and they're checking into a special order for me.

    If you guys have kodak/trebla catalog numbers for items you've mentioned, please pm me with details as there are so many different chemicals and the prices are all over the place. I've looked up stuff like the trebla universal bleach mentioned earlier but can't find it. I don't understand all the lingo surrounding the various options.
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    This just in from Photo Forumulary:
    C-41 kits

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    I have tested this kit and it works perfectly!

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    Oh yeah! Let's here for the Formulary! Now that's what I call listening to your customer base!

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    What is the capacity of the kit, how many rolls of film can you do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotch View Post
    What is the capacity of the kit, how many rolls of film can you do?
    That's my question, as well. $29 for a kit is a lot if you only get 4 rolls out of it.
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    Guys, the capacity is exactly what a Kodak kit would get.

    And, so, the price is too high? Then go buy a 10 liter kit yourself and divide it up! Is that cost effective for you considering any loss or spoilage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Guys, the capacity is exactly what a Kodak kit would get.

    And, so, the price is too high? Then go buy a 10 liter kit yourself and divide it up! Is that cost effective for you considering any loss or spoilage?

    PE
    A simple answer to the question would be nice.

    It might be cheaper to buy the 10 liter kit and throw away 2/3 of it.

    I don't know, that is why I asked.

    So shoot me.:rolleyes:
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