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Acufine Diafine Powder Film Developer (Makes 1 Quart)

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Acufine Diafine Powder Film Developer (Makes 1 Quart)
Key Features
  • Not Affected by Time/Temperature
  • Produces Ultra-Fine Grain
  • Maximum Acutance
  • Superb Resolution
The Acufine Diafine Powder Film Developer is usable over a wide temperature range with one developing time for all black and white negative films. Fast, medium and slow films can be developed simultaneously without adjustment in developing time. The number of rolls that can be developed from this packet depends on the film type and format.
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Acufine DFD32 Overview

The Acufine Diafine Powder Film Developer is usable over a wide temperature range with one developing time for all black and white negative films. Fast, medium and slow films can be developed simultaneously without adjustment in developing time. The number of rolls that can be developed from this packet depends on the film type and format.

This item is a two-part compensating developer, and produces 1 quart of both A and B solutions.

Diafine is unsurpassed in its ability to produce the greatest effective film speed, ultra-fine grain, maximum acutance and highest resolution. Time and temperature have no practical effect if the minimum recommendations are observed. Diafine is an ultra-fine grain developer with the highest effective speeds
Level of solution can be obtained by adding fresh solution
Limits highlight development
Can accommodate up to two-stops increase beyond recommendations of the film
This item is a two-bath developer, and contains enough powder to make 1 quart of both solution A and solution B
UPC: 096727503528

Acufine DFD32 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.33 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.8 x 7.85 x 1.3"
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How many rolls of 35mm can be process with this 1quart kit?
Asked by: Yande
The best thing about Diafine is that you just keep using it. The volume of bottle A goes down slightly each time you use it, so you have to replentish it eventually when the A volume is too small to submerge the film. That's probably after 30 or 40 rolls in a 2-roll tank. shelf life is over a year.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2021-01-22
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