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Kodak Professional D-76 Film Developer (To Make 1 gal, 2019 Version)

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Kodak Professional D-76 Film Developer (To Make 1 gal, 2019 Version)
Key Features
  • Powder B&W Film Developer
  • Full Film Speed and Normal Contrast
  • Fine Grain and Good Shadow Detail
  • Suitable for Push Processing
Kodak Professional D-76 is a classic black and white film developer offering fine grain results along with full film speed, high shadow detail, and normal contrast. This powdered developer contains enough chemistry to make 1 gal of working solution, which can be used straight or diluted 1:1 for increased sharpness with slightly more graininess. The developer's ability to produce a long tonal scale with low fog also benefits its use for push processing.
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Kodak D-76 Overview

Kodak Professional D-76 is a classic black and white film developer offering fine grain results along with full film speed, high shadow detail, and normal contrast. This powdered developer contains enough chemistry to make 1 gal of working solution, which can be used straight or diluted 1:1 for increased sharpness with slightly more graininess. The developer's ability to produce a long tonal scale with low fog also benefits its use for push processing.

UPC: 041771058272

Kodak D-76 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Material Weight1 x 14.64 oz / 415 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.55 x 8 x 0.25"

Kodak D-76 Reviews

Great service and products

By Bill
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-21

I have ordered from B&H through the years and have never been disappointed. Prompt shipping, competitive prices, and a huge selection. What more could you ask for?

I like it and buy again

By Azim
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-17

I like it and buy again + + + + +

been using Kodak Ti-x / D76 for a very long time.

By anthony
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-14

Normally TX at iso16oo takes 18 minutes, now it takes that same 18minutes just to to develop it at iso 400! something is not right. I hope Kodak figures it out soon. I will not stop using it but getting back to normal would be nice.

D-76 Still there after all these years. Go Kodak!

By Jurgen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-14

I started in B&W film photography in the '70s, with D-76 as my go-to developer (diluted 1:1) back then. It gave me excellent negatives. Later I switched to Kodak HC-110 (diluted 1:31), mainly for the convenience of doing small batches at irregular intervals. With HC-110 not available here anymore, I've chosen Kodak D-76 once again for any future fim developng for my T-Max films, after some 45 or so years. Still good!

The King!

By Rob
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-03

I have been using this developer since 1973 and it is, by far my favorite soup. Works great with all films.

classic

By Aaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-20

good old D76, worked as expected

It develops film!

By Jeremy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-24

Solid developer.

A Classic

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-04-12

Now using D-76 with Arista Ultra 400 ASA film. A perfect combination

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The old D-76 produced a clear solution. When I ...

The old D-76 produced a clear solution. When I mixed the new D-76 with water, it produced an opaque dark brown red solution. Is that normal?
Asked by: Chester
Kodak told me not to use the brown powder/mixture and are sending me a new bag.
Answered by: Steven
Date published: 2021-04-06

what replenisher do you use for d76?

what replenisher do you use for d76?
Asked by: bill
Personally, none. It's not worth the bother under most circumstances, and you get more consistent, reliable performance with one-time use. I used the 1:1 dilution for the best results, even in the professional custom photo-finishing labs I designed and managed in the '80s.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2022-02-05

How many rolls can it develop in total?

How many rolls can it develop in total?
Asked by: Mandeep
According to Steve Anchell’ Darkroom Cookbook (4th Ed.) Kodak says that one roll of 35 mm film is 80in2 and only takes 150mL of developer. However, Anchell suggests that far better results are found by using a minimum of 250mL of undiluted developer and even better results are found using 500mL. That being said 1 gallon of D-76 is 3.785L or 3785mL. Therefore 3785/500 = 7.6 rolls. If you are using 1:1 D76:H2O then about 16 rolls. Attempting to reuse D-76 is a bad idea.
Answered by: Constantine
Date published: 2022-01-03

What is the recommended temperature for storing? ...

What is the recommended temperature for storing? Can I just left this chemicals in the storage room?
Asked by: Juan Carlos
Hi, in this powdered form, you should keep it in a cool, dry place, but the temperature is not critical.From 50 to 70 degrees F is fine.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2022-01-03

What is the difference between the 2019 version ...

What is the difference between the 2019 version of D76 and previous versions?
Asked by: Julia B.
There is no difference between versions just different packaging and sku #'s.
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Date published: 2021-12-12
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