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Arista Rapid E-6 Slide Developing Kit (16 oz)

BH #AR1181 • MFR #1181
Arista
Arista Rapid E-6 Slide Developing Kit (16 oz)
Key Features
  • For Processing Color Transparency Film
  • Contains Developer and Blix Solutions
  • Enough Chemistry for Approx. 4 Rolls
Containing all of the necessary chemistry for processing approximately 4 rolls of 35mm/36exp or 120 color transparency film, this 16 oz Rapid E-6 Slide Developing Kit from Arista is a simple solution for developing color slides. In addition to the first developer, color developer, and bleach-fix chemicals, this kit also includes an instruction guide with processing times, push/pull times, and notes on how to increase the number of rolls to be processed per kit.
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Arista 1181 Overview

Containing all of the necessary chemistry for processing approximately 4 rolls of 35mm/36exp or 120 color transparency film, this 16 oz Rapid E-6 Slide Developing Kit from Arista is a simple solution for developing color slides. In addition to the first developer, color developer, and bleach-fix chemicals, this kit also includes an instruction guide with processing times, push/pull times, and notes on how to increase the number of rolls to be processed per kit.

UPC: 614572011816

Arista 1181 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight1.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5 x 5 x 5"

Arista 1181 Reviews

Works greta

By Adam
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-04

This e6 kit worked well for me. I used a sous vide and some empty soft drink bottles to heat up my chemicals in a water bath. I kept my tank half submerged during agitation and development to keep a consistent 105° through the process as I had heard that e6 was a little more tricky than c41 and black and white. My two cents: it’s very straightforward. You’ll need a sous vide though - it’s going to be essential.

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