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Paterson Plastic Developing Trays - 12x16" (Set of 3 One of Each Color)

B&H # PATS1216 Mfr # PTP336
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Paterson Developing Trays constructed of a hard durable, chemical resistant plastic, are available for all popular print sizes in 3 colors to help differentiate between chemicals under safelight conditions.

This is a set of 3 trays with one of each color. The trays are 12 x 16" (30.5 x 40.6cm) in dimension, for prints sizes up to 11 x 14".


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PatersonPlastic Developing Tray Set - 12x16"

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Not all trays are created equal

By Dave Krueger

from Huntsville, AL

About Me Semi-pro Photographer


  • Deep
  • Excellent Pouring Lip


  • They Need A 11x14 Size

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  • Printing

Comments about Paterson Plastic Developing Tray Set - 12x16":

I got these trays for one reason: they make it easy to pour chemicals back into the bottle. I first noticed this when I used similar trays for printing 16x20s using the single tray method which requires pouring chemicals in and out of a single tray under safelight conditions. I got these for sessions where I print only 8x10s using the typical array of trays. Using wide mouth 1 gallon plastic jars, it is simple to pour chemicals from the trays back into the bottles without needing a funnel. Also, since they are 3" deep, it's easy pouring from the jars into the trays without splashing all over the place. I have tried a lot of trays and these are the best. Some have pouring lips that are just terrible.

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