Tetenal C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L)

Tetenal C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L)

Tetenal C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L)

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Tetenal C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L)

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  • Complete C-41 Development Kit
  • To Make 1L of Working Solution
  • Quick Mixing Formula
  • For Tank or Rotary Processors

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A convenient, all-inclusive kit for processing color negative film, the C-41 Press Kit from Tetenal contains enough powder-based chemicals to mix 1L of working solution of developer, bleach/fix, and stabilizer. The powder composition of the chemicals ensures a long shelf life, and each of the solutions can be quickly mixed, making it ideal for the traveling photographer. It is well-suited for both hand-inversion tank-style development as well as rotary processors, and the total processing time is just 10.5 minutes at 113°F or 13.25 minutes at 100.4°F.

UPC: 885246013553
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Tetenal C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L)
  • Developer
  • Bleach/Fix A
  • Bleach/Fix B
  • Stabilizer
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    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 5.0 x 5.0"
    C-41 Press Kit (Powder, to Make 1L) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 175.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Developed 22 year old Film!! My first time developing film period! The film was 5-17 years old, all from my childhood and teenage years. Did lots of research and watched lots of instructional videos because I didn't want to mess this once in a lifetime opportunity up. There were approximately 25 rolls of film that had been in all kinds of temperatures over the years. I was so amazed!! 23 out of 25 rolls were perfect with images still on the film. I was looking at my childhood photos in awe. Out of 25 rolls, only 2 had faded and empty frames, but they were like from 1994. My first time developing film and I was able to develop all 25 rolls with this kit and easy instructions. The film age ranged from 1995 - 2004. I am soo thankful!!
    Date published: 2012-12-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easier than I thought it would be I had been processing black & white for a couple of years, and had always heard how difficult color film was to develop so was leery of trying it, but came across instructions that seemed easy enough. This kit wasn't exactly the same as the instructions I found described, but it was close to it. The kit does come with complete instructions for mixing and using the chemicals, and apart from getting the chemicals to the right temperature, it was not hard to use. After developing a couple of rolls, it's about as easy as developing black and white. I hope B&H continues to carry this product in the future, as will be buying this again.
    Date published: 2014-11-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tetenal (Jobo) Press Kit Works great I developed my first roll of C41 with it and it worked extremely well. Follow the directions in the kit (especially the temperature) and a few drops of Photoflow in the Stabilizer and you will end up with great colour negatives. Each kit will do 8 rolls of 35mm and all the chemicals are re-used for all 8. I believe it is easier than B&W developing. I am glad I bought several kits. In powder form, it ships easily between the US and Canada. It also stores a long time as a powder. Film developing chemicals are hard to come by, but this Tetenal (Jobo) Press Kit eliminates the hard to find part of colour negative developing.
    Date published: 2014-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Dev Kit I've been using this kit at home to develop my color negatives and it's absolutely fantastic. I get incredible results every single time with this kit. I no longer send any of my color film out to be developed anymore as I am able to do a better job myself with this kit. A little experimenting with higher temperatures, longer dev times for push processing, etc., have allowed me incredible versatility in my processing. I've never had a single problem and develop everything from basic consumer film (Kodak Ultra Max) to high-end professional C-41 film, like Kodak Portra 800, Ektar 100, etc. Not recommended for E6 Cross-Processing.
    Date published: 2011-05-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Follow the directions! I'm on my 6th batch now, and the most recent has lasted 5 months and I've developed 15 rolls of 35mm color, 2 rolls of 120, and cross processed another 2-3 rolls of E6, and it's still going strong. I will be mixing a new batch soon, just to be safe, but keeping it in the proper containers, purging out the air, storing it in a cool dark place, does wonders for it's longevity. Using a simple hot water bath makes temp control a snap, and using distilled water for all of the solutions seems to help provide more consistent results as well as spot free film. I love this product, and I figure I come out at about a $1 a roll, with much better results than anything but maybe a custom lab.
    Date published: 2013-10-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from C-41 Press Kit for pinhole 4x5 Negative Matter of necessity, the last photo lab. in town doing C41 is not doing it any longer, so I dusted my old skills with the Jobo Press kit from B&H. (1L) If you do b/w developing is not that more complicated or difficult. You have to manage keeping the solutions and the developing tank at a constant 39C +/- 1C for the duration of the process. It is more the logistic of doing that with hot/cold water containers than anything else.What I do for 4x5 is illustrated here toward the end of the article: www.largeformatphotography.info/unicolor/ doing it for E-6 but no different than the C41 Press kit.:-)
    Date published: 2013-03-17
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mixed results, but I'm no pro... It's difficult to give this kit a fair rating, since results are subject to my own competencies. I used this to develop 6 rolls of 120 film (so far). Five of the rolls were Portra 800, and one roll was Fuji 160 Pro. The Fuji film came out stunningly good, as good or better than the lab I usually use (NCPS). If I were to base this review solely on that, it would be 5 stars for sure. The Portra came out less well. Two of the rolls had a color cast that was very difficult to impossible to correct digitally. The remaining 3 rolls came out fairly well, just a slight (and correctable) color cast, but not what I would call professional results. Maintaining temps was easier than I thought, so I don't think I messed anything up during the process, but I'm definitely a newbie...
    Date published: 2011-01-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well consistently I've used the Jobo kit and it works great, if you haven't used blix before, beware its nasty stuff. It seems to have less viscosity than water, and stains if not cleaned within seconds. That's nothing bad on this kit just the nature of blix. Just be extremely careful to keep away from your developer, one ml can damage the developer and make your pictures grainy. But now that BH isn't shipping it anymore I've really started purchasing less from the site in favor of other places that I can get my developers from and order in bulk. Its a shame, I used to purchase everything here.
    Date published: 2015-08-11
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