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- Rapid, Hardening Formula
- For Black & White Film and Paper
Kodak Professional Kodafix is a rapid fixer designed for use with both black and white film and paper. This long-lasting, single-solution fixer also contains a hardener for added emulsion protection. This item is one 32 oz bottle of liquid concentrate, designed to make 1 gal of working solution for film (1:3 dilution) or 2 gal of working solution for paper (1:7 dilution).
Is this fixer comparable with developers from ...
Is this fixer comparable with developers from non-Kodak manufacturers? Specifically Ilford DD-X/Microphen, etc?
Kodak Professional Kodafix Fixer (32 oz, to Make 1 gal) can be used with developers from other manufacturers.
Date published: 2023-11-15
Can you add an additional hardening solution to ...
Can you add an additional hardening solution to this fixer?
The added hardener in this fixer is more than enough.
Date published: 2021-02-23
How many time it can be reused after mixing ...
How many time it can be reused after mixing solution?
I will use a mixture twice.... first time for 5 min with one batch of film ( I develop Two rolls at a time) , and then the second time will be in the tank for 7/8 min for the second batch of film. The solution becomes weaker as a Fixer, the second time around , thus You need to keep it in the tank a few minutes longer
Date published: 2020-12-17
Do you need to use a stop bath with this fixer? ...
Do you need to use a stop bath with this fixer? Any substitute?
Best practices say you should use a stop bath after developing and fixing. You could consider using a monobath developing (basically an all-in-one developer/fix/stop) like this Cinestills Df96. Results may look a little different but it will depend on the results/aesthetic you're trying to attain. See the last link provided below for Cinestills' developing times and more info. https://bhpho.to/3Exg05e https://bhpho.to/3ArKmU5 https://bit.ly/3tUshvr
Date published: 2022-02-07
Are there supposed to be settled particles in the ...
Are there supposed to be settled particles in the bottle?
Yes, it is normal for there to be sediment or particles in the Kodak Professional Kodafix Fixer. It should not affect the quality of the product, and should dissolve when you dilute the fixer..
Date published: 2020-09-24
once you have your stock solution mixed. Example: 1 gallon stock solution for film(1 part fixer to 3 parts water) Do you dilute anymore for use when developing? Do you save used fixer or throw away? Thanks!
Once stock is mixed, I usually use it straight. You never want any question as to whether or not your film is fixed. As for reuse, just pour it back in the jug. 1 gallon of stock is usually good for 100 rolls of film. I know there are some additives that can indicate when your fixer is spent, but I don't have any experience with these. YMMV. Hope this helps! :)
Date published: 2018-08-27