Thank you that is exactly what I have been searching for. I have been using 260ml recently for black & white. The instructions that I have for the Jobo and the book, I have to get its name when I get home, talk about the 500ml and 800ml that I stated for color work with the 3000 series.
Originally Posted by krifartida
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I am following the instructions to make 1 L batches of chemicals. I see that there are measurements to make 1 L of Developer Replenisher but do I then have to mix THAT with my Developer Starter to make complete developer? I am trying to finish with a 1 L batch of usable developer.
Originally Posted by hpulley
the answer is right there:
page 5 of this PDF:
Table 4: Preparing Tank Solutions from Replenisher Solution
go to the section of c-41
to make one litre:
start with 860ml dev replenisher add 126ml water and 14ml dev starter. total 1L
these amounts are stupidly uneven and hard to measure with proper accuracy, but like i said in the PM, starter is not that crucial, and if you round up everything to the next decimal value (130+20ml) you will be 100% fine.
As mentioned elsewhere, you don't really need a starter. Starters are more for labs who want consistent results run to run, the starter makes it less fresh, more replenished performance so that a fresh batch isn't different than a batch once you get things going. For home use you don't really need to worry, you can correct for any minor differences from sheet to sheet when printing.