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CineStill Film Cs41 C-41 Color Negative Film Liquid Developing Kit (to Make 32 oz)

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CineStill Film Cs41 C-41 Color Negative Film Liquid Developing Kit (to Make 32 oz)
Key Features
  • Contains All Chemistry for C-41 Process
  • Two-Bath Process; Developer and Blix
  • Rinse Aid Stabilizer Included
  • Can Be Used with Daylight Tank Systems
Containing all the necessary chemistry to process your own color negative film, the Cs41 C-41 Kit from Cinestill is a convenient kit for making one quart of working solution. This two-bath process, consisting of a three-part developer solution and a three-part bleach-fix solution, is reusable for up to 24 rolls, and a rinse aid stabilizer is also included to ensure consistent results throughout the lifespan of the chemistry. The chemistry can be used in conjunction with standard daylight developing tanks for ease of use, and a reference card and instructions are also included for correct processing times, push/pull times, and chemistry mixing.
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CineStill Film CS41-QUART Overview

Containing all the necessary chemistry to process your own color negative film, the Cs41 C-41 Kit from Cinestill is a convenient kit for making one quart of working solution. This two-bath process, consisting of a three-part developer solution and a three-part bleach-fix solution, is reusable for up to 24 rolls, and a rinse aid stabilizer is also included to ensure consistent results throughout the lifespan of the chemistry. The chemistry can be used in conjunction with standard daylight developing tanks for ease of use, and a reference card and instructions are also included for correct processing times, push/pull times, and chemistry mixing.

CineStill Film CS41-QUART Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight
2.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7 x 6 x 3.5"

CineStill Film CS41-QUART Reviews

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Let's say i developed 3 rolls a the same time ...

Let's say i developed 3 rolls a the same time using "35mm" with (Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank) so this counts as i developed 3 rolls? so for the next time i'll add time as i used the developer 3 times? and also i count that i already used 3 rolls so i got about 21 rolls left for the chemicals sensitivity??
Asked by: Safwan
It is recommended that you add 20% replenishment of chemicals every time you put in new rolls of film
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2020-06-09

Is there any differences in developing time ...

Is there any differences in developing time between 120 film and 35mm film ?
Asked by: Safwan
No.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-09

question

Is this kit reusable? Im asking because Im new to film.
Asked by: Pedro D.
The devloper is listed as reusable for up to 24 rolls.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2020-07-03

Is it possible to use the for tray development ...

Is it possible to use the for tray development for 4x5 and 8x10 film?
Asked by: Jonathan
Yes it can be used for large format film using a tray.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2021-07-14

question

I can order from elsewhere but I enjoy your service more. Why cant I have this shipped through you but I can through others???
Asked by: JAMES D.
Due to government restrictions on shipping harmful chemicals such as this, we only allow in-store pick up for certain chemicals.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

If i want to develop 2 rolls of filmS at the same ...

If i want to develop 2 rolls of filmS at the same time, it will be the same time developing as 1 roll? And next time it will count as I developed 2 roll?
Asked by: Safwan
Please contact Cinestill for all your inquiries; Website http://www.cinestillfilm.com/
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-16

What is the shelf life of the mixed solutions? ...

What is the shelf life of the mixed solutions? Thanks!
Asked by: Sergiu
It last 2-4 months or 24 rolls!
Answered by: Safwan
Date published: 2021-04-06

Let’s say i started by developing 3 rolls at the ...

Let’s say i started by developing 3 rolls at the same time (the developing time will be same as 1 roll) . So next time i add time as I developed 3 rolls? Or just 1 roll!
Asked by: Safwan
Please contact Cinestill for all your inquiries; Website http://www.cinestillfilm.com/
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-16
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