Photographers' Formulary Divided D-76 Developer for Black & White Film - Makes 2 Liters

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Photographers' Formulary
Photographers' Formulary Divided D-76 Developer for Black & White Film - Makes 2 Liters
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Photographers' Formulary Divided D-76 Developer for Black & White Film - Makes 2 Liters

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Photographers' Formulary 01-0302 Overview

The Photographer's Formulary Divided D-76 Film Developer, is an economical metol-hydroquinone film developer. Films developed in Divided D-76 have normal grain, good sharpness, and excellent tonal gradation.

This developer is a two bath compensating developer. The chemicals in the Divided D-76 are used to prepare two working solutions.

  • The film is placed in solution A for 3 minutes, and then
  • In solution B for 2-4 minutes, depending on the film and contrast desired.
  • Solution A contains the developing agents, and
  • solution B contains the alkali.

Development begins when the film is placed in solution B and lasts until the developing agents retained on the film are exhausted. This method of development holds back the highlights and brings out the shadow detail. The film speed is not reduced.

The shelf life of solution A is 2 months, and solution B is a one shot solution.
UPC: 675152103024

Photographers' Formulary 01-0302 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.5 x 4.8 x 2.5"
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