I hate drums and the rinse dry cycle. Did that, graduated to trays with AT chems but that has problems with yellow whites and is no longer available. Regular RA4 can be used at room temp but many folks say Kodak paper, which has to be cut down from rolls or bought from someone else who has, works much better for that than the readily available Fuji.
I think the best thing would a Nova slot processor. I have the little print pod 8x10 model that has no temp control that I used with the AT chems. It really cut down on the odor. Unfortunately Nova no longer has a North American importer and I imagine bringing one in yourself might be pretty expensive to ship.
You don't need interneg film to make internegs, at least according to Kodak and a couple of folks who have posted here. Kodak recommends Portra 160 and I've read folks saying that worked well for them. But it is clearly more trouble than Ilfochrome.
Last edited by Roger Cole; 03-10-2012 at 06:59 PM. Click to view previous post history.