Photographers' Formulary Film Developer 23 (to Make 2L)

Photographers' Formulary Film Developer 23 (to Make 2L)

Photographers' Formulary Film Developer 23 (to Make 2L)

B&H # PH23D2L MFR # 01-0050

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Product Highlights

  • B&W Film Developer Kit
  • Includes Sodium Sulfite and Metol
  • Semi-Compensating Developer
  • Produces Low/Medium Contrast Negatives

Volume: To Make 2L

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Photographers' Formulary 01-0050 overview

  • 1Description

A simple, classic solution for processing black and white negatives, Film Developer 23 from Photographers' Formulary is similar to Kodak's D-23, and is a metol-based semi-compensating developer. This formula produces negatives with low to medium contrast, is ideal for zone system applications, and can also be used in divided or two-bath compensating development processes with sodium metaborate (Kodalk). When mixed, the working solution has an approximate shelf life of approximately six months, and one liter of solution is sufficient for processing about four rolls of 35mm film. The working solution efficiency can be extended to approximately 25 rolls if replenished with the optional DK-25 Replenisher. This kit contains enough metol and sodium sulfite to make 2 liters of working solution.

UPC: 675152100504
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Photographers' Formulary Film Developer 23 (to Make 2L)
  • Metol (15g)
  • Sodium Sulfite (200g)
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    Photographers' Formulary 01-0050 specs

    Chemistry Type Film Developer
    Powder/Liquid Powder
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.8 x 5.0 x 2.7"

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