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.
- Powder B&W Film Developer
- Full Film Speed and Normal Contrast
- Fine Grain and Good Shadow Detail
- Suitable for Push Processing
Kodak D-76 Overview
Kodak D-76 Specs
|Chemistry Type||Film Developer|
|Material Weight||1 x 14.64 oz / 415 g|
|Package Weight||0.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.55 x 8 x 0.25"|
Kodak D-76 Reviews
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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
I like it and buy again + + + + +
been using Kodak Ti-x / D76 for a very long time.
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!
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!
I have been using this developer since 1973 and it is, by far my favorite soup. Works great with all films.
good old D76, worked as expected
It develops film!
Now using D-76 with Arista Ultra 400 ASA film. A perfect combination
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