Kodak T-Max Developer (Liquid) for Black & White Film

Kodak T-Max Developer (Liquid) for Black & White Film - Makes 1 Gallon

Kodak T-Max Developer (Liquid) for Black & White Film - Makes 1 Gallon

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Kodak T-Max Developer is designed for non-replenished systems. It Produces enhanced shadow detail.

For use with roll films only.
For normal or push processing.
For use with these films: T-MAX 100 / 100TMX, T-MAX 400 / 400TMY, T-MAX P3200 / P3200TMZ, PLUS-X 125 / 125PX, TRI-X 400 / 400TX, TRI-X 320 / 320TXP, High-Speed Infrared
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Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.0 x 3.0 x 8.0"

Kodak 1402767 reviews

T-Max Developer (Liquid) for Black & White Film is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from T-Max Developer for Black and White Film I use this product to process my Kodak TMY 120 black and white films. I prefer this type of developer to the other brands for this particular type of film; I find it to be very consistent and reliable. I would recommend this developer for someone using Kodak black and white roll films; I wouldn't recommend it for classroom use where students may come in with a variety of brands of films. Great Product!
Date published: 2011-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best there is T-Max developer, which works well with a number of popular B&W film types, offers very fine grain structure, good shadow detail and delivers rated film speed. It's also very easy to use and has a very long shelf life. I've used it after 5 years -- still clear and perfect. Expertise: Advanced amateur Previous Equivalent Item Owned: D-76, Agfa Rodinal, F&G
Date published: 2007-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First developer I've ever used So far I have used this developer for 35mm Ilford HP5 400 and Kodak Tmax 400. Surprisingly I've noticed more grain when used with tmax film. I like it overall, does the job but I haven't used any other developer to compare it to, thus the 4 star rating. I'm new to developing film at home and I initially read that tmax developer and tmax film were harder to handle and get consistent results with. I'm still learning the process and fine tuning my methods to get consistent results.
Date published: 2011-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Developer I first used T-max developer in college and have recently come back to processing my own black and whites. I decided to use T-max again after several years of not processing. It's a great formula that gives you lots of latitude and consistent results. I normally shoot kodak t-max film in ISO200 or 400, 35mm and 120mm. After eyeballing the exposures on my first roll of 120 (no light meter, yay sunny 16 rule) the film came out great! good density, contrast, and great tonal range. i'll keep using t-max because i've never had a bad experience with it, and i love the results. some people say it's a bit too contrasty, and true, i've never tried it with other b&w films such as tri-x, but i like contrast, and i like the grain structure on t-max film... so why not use the developer specifically marketed for it?
Date published: 2010-03-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Resuolts with TMAX and WL400 I am using this on TMAX films, of course, but also on Kodak 2210 Surveillance Film (WL 400) which is also a T-grain film. Of course this product is proven, but I find its performance on the Surveillance film to be outstanding. I am using the temp/times recommended by Kodak.
Date published: 2011-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for Tmax films I've tried D-76 with my Tmax and Tri-X films only to go back to Tmax developer. I just hope it stays around and I do see other companies making Tmax type developers. If you shoot Tmax use this developer. I use it at 75 degrees and it is perfect every time.
Date published: 2012-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best developer T-max developer is very useful developer for T-max 100/400s. I can use it any time due to liquid, not powder such as D76. Just dilute it with water.
Date published: 2011-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goes the distance One thing I love about T-max developer is that it has a shelf that's just about forever. I've used it after 5 years -- still perfect. So, it's great for the casual B&W souper. Very easy to use -- no mixing powders, and the results are always great. Always delivers the full rated film speed, too, with the minimum amount of grain. I've used it with T-Max, Tri-X Ilford, Fomapan, etc. No problems. What's not to like?
Date published: 2010-10-29
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