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.
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
Click on the link below to view the technical data and the development times:
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.