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Kodak Professional HC-110 Film Developer (1L, 2019 Version)

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Kodak Professional HC-110 Film Developer (1L, 2019 Version)
Key Features
  • Liquid Concentrate B&W Film Developer
  • Highly Active Solution
  • Can Be Replenished or Used One-Shot
  • For Normal or Push-Processing
Kodak Professional HC-110 Developer is a liquid concentrate rapid developer for use with black and white negative film. It can be used one-shot, and disposed of after each use, or reused when combined with HC-110 Replenisher. HC-110's characteristics include moderately fine grain, full shadow detail, a long density scale, wide development latitude, and no loss of film speed. Additionally, this developer is suitable for use when push-processing.
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Kodak HC-110 Overview

Kodak Professional HC-110 Developer is a liquid concentrate rapid developer for use with black and white negative film. It can be used one-shot, and disposed of after each use, or reused when combined with HC-110 Replenisher. HC-110's characteristics include moderately fine grain, full shadow detail, a long density scale, wide development latitude, and no loss of film speed. Additionally, this developer is suitable for use when push-processing.

Can be diluted directly from concentrate or from a 1:3 stock solution for use.
Developer can be used one-shot and discarded after each use or replenished with the use of HC-110 Replenisher.
UPC: 041771058692

Kodak HC-110 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidLiquid
Liquid Volume1 x 33.8  fl oz / 1.0  L
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.2 x 9.8 x 6.8"

Kodak HC-110 Reviews

Expired!

By Josean
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-10

BH sold this as brand new and it has been expired by a few months. Expiration date is of January 2022. I haven't used it yet but its super disappointing they wouldn't be honest about this upfront. I bought online, did in-store pickup after driving hours in and out of the city. Found out when I got home.

doesn't keep

By philippe
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-15

I have loved and used for many years the old formula. It kept for years.... This one went bad in a matter of a few months... Unusable and with no warning. I have switched to llford hc, which seems to have almost the same property as the old kodak formulation. Just a lot more expensive.

Kodak HC-110

By Richard
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-03

Kodak HC-110, my developer of choice since people lived in caves...

Good Developer, lacking in quality.

By Sarret
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-16

This new formulation of HC-110 is certainly easier to pour, which is fantastic. However, it is clearly not of the same quality Kodak became famous for. My bottle arrived with about a teaspoon of hard cubic crystals in the bottom which would not dissolve back in even with heat and agitation. The B&H service team promptly replaced the bottle which has yet to arrive, but hopefully will not suffer the same fate. A bit of good news, however: Even with some precipitated chemical, the developer worked exactly as it should with absolutely no discernible loss in efficacy or speed so far. Still does not provide the same level of security and assurance as the original formula, but practically similar.

HC-110 Developer Great

By Deliah
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-07-15

My developer arrived on time, is exactly what I needed and works wonderfully

Great

By Randy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-28

What can you say about hc-110 that hasn't already been said? It's one of the all-time greats. The new formula is significantly easier to use. Highly recommended.

Beware! Expired Developer

By Laurence
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-09

The HC-110 that BH is currently selling at $26.95 is expired (mine is dated March 2022) and has already formed crystals. May still be usable, but BH should be more forthcoming and honest about the products it sells. Otherwise, this is a good developer.

Great Developer

By Jeff
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-03

I really don't know if some people got a bad batch, but this developer lasts! This new version is much easier to mix. It is now October 3rd, 2021. I opened my bottle April 6th, 2020 and it is still working perfectly. I use HC-110 for 90% of my developing. See attached photo. Tmax 400 in HC-110 Dil. H.

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What’s the shelf life for the concentrate? When ...

What’s the shelf life for the concentrate? When does it expire?
Asked by: Kyle
I've used it up to 5 years later and it worked fine. My bottle has always been well sealed, so maybe that has helped. The solution has turned red, but it worked! I wonder how long after it's opened it will continue to work. Maybe I'll try a test roll in a year or two and report back.
Answered by: Kyle
Date published: 2020-06-10

What is the dilution ratio from concentrate for ...

What is the dilution ratio from concentrate for developing 100 Tmax and 400 Tmax? Also what is a standard development time?
Asked by: Bob
Hi Bob, Click on the link below to view the technical data and the development times: https://imaging.kodakalaris.com/sites/uat/files/wysiwyg/pro/chemistry/j24.pdf
Answered by: byron
Date published: 2020-09-17

What is the dilution ratio from concentrate when ...

What is the dilution ratio from concentrate when developing 100 Tmax and 400 Tmax? Also what is a standard development time?
Asked by: Bob
This is not a concentrate from which you mix batches of developer, like D-76, this is a one-shot (single-mix, single-use) developer, very similar to Rodinal. My preferred ratio is 1:25 for 8 minutes at about 70°F. That works pretty well with all the films I shoot (PanF, Ortho80, RPX25, FP4+, and HP5+)
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2020-09-21

How does this compare to the original HC110, are ...

How does this compare to the original HC110, are the dilutions from concentrate the same?
Asked by: Stuart
The dilution is not exactly the same as the original. The best thing is to do a test run or two to hone in on the best mix, time and temp for the film you are using.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-04-02
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