Kodak Professional D-76 Film Developer (To Make 1 gal)

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Kodak Professional D-76 Film Developer (To Make 1 gal)
Key Features
  • Powder B&W Film Developer
  • Full Film Speed and Normal Contrast
  • Fine Grain and Good Shadow Detail
  • Suitable for Push Processing
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.
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Kodak D-76 Overview

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.

Kodak D-76 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidPowder
Material Weight1 x 14.64 oz / 415 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.94 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 7.3 x 1.75"
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Whats the shelf life of the dry powder? Can i ...

Whats the shelf life of the dry powder? Can i make accurately weighted small batches of the powder and make lets say 1/3s of a gallon each time instead of making the whole gallon in one go?
Asked by: برنا
I don't recall if it has an expiration date on it or not, but I've opened packages that were a couple years old and they worked perfectly fine. However mixing small batches probably isn't a good idea. I imagine you'd get pretty inconsistent results. I'd recommend just mixing up a gallon and keeping it in an air tight container. I've kept it many months that way with no adverse effects. Even if some goes bad, that's better than ruining film with inconsistent small batches. An alternative, if you can ship liquids to your location, would be to look into rodinal developer.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-01-28

Using D-76 to develop Tri-X 400 pushed to asa / ...

Using D-76 to develop Tri-X 400 pushed to asa / iso 1600. How much extra time to develop film? 35mm 36ex
Asked by: Kelly
Hi Kelly, I made an error. Please use times 10.5 and 7 respectively. Sorry chuck
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-01-14

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If I buy this chemical, can it be imported to Mexico ?
Asked by: Eduardo C.
Yes, we can ship this developer to Mexico.If you add your items to a B&H shopping cart, you can calculate the items costs, shipping methods, time for delivery, any taxes and total costs very quickly.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the shelf life of the D-76 in the package?I found a package that I have left since 2006)Can it be applied?
Asked by: Viktor M.
If the contents are not discolored in anyway (s/b snow white) I would not be hesitate to mix and use.
Answered by: Richard F.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Whats the formula for mixing this to develop just one roll of film at a time? I dont shoot film very often and if I made the entire batch, it would expire before I used it all.
Asked by: Eric N.
You have to mix the whole batch at once will work any other way. Store in air tight container with as little air as possible in a dark cool place. Chemicals will last a long time . If you are not reusing your chemicals add glass marbles to your container to push the air out the least amount of air is better the chemicals will last longer
Answered by: sergio c.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How come u cannot ship D76?
Asked by: Paula H.
We can certainly ship this item, it is even eligible for Free Expedited Shipping on orders over $49 if you add other items to the order. Place your order by 4pm and your order will ship the same day. For further details see delivery estimates in the shopping cart. International orders are processed the next shipping day.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can this developer (D-76) be used for one time or for few rolls of film?
Asked by: karthikan n.
I use it in a 5 roll can then throw it out. I do use my film Fix again as paper fix if its not more than a couple of days between uses
Answered by: Mike G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Hello. I live in Iran. How can I buy this product ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, B&H does not ship to Iran at this time. Im not sure where the Kodak D-76 Developer could be sourced from if you are located in Iran.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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