Kodak Professional XTOL Film Developer (To Make 5L)

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Kodak Professional XTOL Film Developer (To Make 5L)
Key Features
  • Powder B&W Film Developer
  • Ascorbic Acid-Based, No Hydroquinone
  • Full Film Speed and Normal Contrast
  • Very Fine Grain and High Sharpness
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Kodak Professional XTOL Developer is a two-part powder developer for black and white film, characterized by its ability to maintain full film speed and offer notably fine grain and high sharpness. It is suitable for push and pull development, has excellent shelf life, and is a clean-working solution with stable performance for a variety of processing methods. Its ascorbic acid-based composition contains no hydroquinone and is convenient to mix at room temperature. This packet contains enough chemistry to make 5 liters of fresh working solution and can also be used as a replenisher for exhausted full-strength working solutions.
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Kodak XTOL Overview

Kodak Professional XTOL Developer is a two-part powder developer for black and white film, characterized by its ability to maintain full film speed and offer notably fine grain and high sharpness. It is suitable for push and pull development, has excellent shelf life, and is a clean-working solution with stable performance for a variety of processing methods. Its ascorbic acid-based composition contains no hydroquinone and is convenient to mix at room temperature. This packet contains enough chemistry to make 5 liters of fresh working solution and can also be used as a replenisher for exhausted full-strength working solutions.

UPC: 041771058333

Kodak XTOL Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Material Weight1 x 8.75 oz / 248 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.2 x 7.1 x 1.45"
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can i use it with all black and white film?

can i use it with all black and white film?
Asked by: Cristobal
Yes for b&w film developing.
Answered by: Kelsey
Date published: 2021-01-15

Is the current batch problem free? Some people ...

Is the current batch problem free? Some people mentioned that the batch 2019/08/09 has some issues.
Asked by: Trung
I just finished processing for alternative printing four 8x10 Fuji Acos negatives using Kodak Xtol developer which I mixed yesterday using distilled water and all four were uniformly thin including the rebates notwithstanding that the time in the developer was 22.5 minutes. The negatives were shot with different lens on different days using a Sekonic L758-dr light meter to determine exposure. The Kodak catalogue number is 105 8338 with a manufacture date of 2019/08/09 and expiration date of 2022-08
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2021-01-03

How long is the shelf-life of the dry powder? I ...

How long is the shelf-life of the dry powder? I have powder from 15-20 yrs. ago and was wondering if I can still use it.
Asked by: Amit
While dry powder has a long shelf life, I highly doubt that your 20 year old powder is any good.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-06-25

Can I mix this and store it in a brown bottle? Or ...

Can I mix this and store it in a brown bottle? Or do I have to mix each individual batch as I'd like to use it?
Asked by: Jude
Mix the entire 5 liter batch as a stock solution. I mix it and store it at stock solution in four 1 liter bottles and 2 500ml bottles and then I can mix my 1:1 solution as needed. I find using the 2 500ml bottles makes things easier for storage and dilution. If you store it in one big bottle you would need to displace all the air in that bottle as you use the solution. Air permeates the developer and will ruin it. Quickly. Splitting the batch up into smaller quantites makes it easier to displace the air. After you pour your 1 liter solution into into the bottle you can displace any air by dropping a few marbles into the bottle so the solution has completely filled the bottle.
Answered by: Raymond
Date published: 2020-04-02

What is new about this?

What is new about this?
Asked by: Reuben
It is the same developer as before. Kodak recently change their internal catalog number.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-10-31
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