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Arista C-41 Liquid Color Negative Developing Kit (to Make 1 gal)

BH #AR20414 • MFR #20414
Arista
Arista C-41 Liquid Color Negative Developing Kit (to Make 1 gal)
Key Features
  • For Processing Color Negative Film
  • Contains Developer, Blix, and Stabilizer
  • Enough Chemistry for Approx. 32 Rolls
Containing all of the necessary chemistry for processing approximately 32 rolls of 35mm/36exp or 120 color negative film, this 1 gal C-41 Liquid Color Negative Developing Kit from Arista is a simple solution for developing most chromogenic color and B&W films. In addition to the developer, bleach-fix, and stabilizer chemicals, this kit also includes a guide with mixing instructions, processing times, push-processing times, and notes on how to increase the number of rolls to be processed per kit.
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Arista 20414 Overview

Containing all of the necessary chemistry for processing approximately 32 rolls of 35mm/36exp or 120 color negative film, this 1 gal C-41 Liquid Color Negative Developing Kit from Arista is a simple solution for developing most chromogenic color and B&W films. In addition to the developer, bleach-fix, and stabilizer chemicals, this kit also includes a guide with mixing instructions, processing times, push-processing times, and notes on how to increase the number of rolls to be processed per kit.

UPC: 614572204140

Arista 20414 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight9.55 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.5 x 7 x 7"
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has anyone mixed small amounts at a time like 500ml or 1000ml? to keep the concentrates longer and only make working solutions for what you need when you need.
Asked by: Paul G.
You should have no issue making smaller amounts. This is sized for large amounts of film developing but can do small as well. Just keep the proportions correct.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2021-01-04
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