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Photographers' Formulary Pyrocat HD Film Developer (Dry) - Makes 10 Liters

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Photographers' Formulary
Photographers' Formulary Pyrocat HD Film Developer (Dry) - Makes 10 Liters
Key Features
  • Shorter Developing Time
  • Lower Toxicity
  • No Streaking or Mottling
  • Requires Less Agitation
Pyrocat HD Film Developer is a high-energy developer featuring high-acutance (image appears sharper). This unique developer effectively increases film speed by about 1/3 stop.
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Is there a problem shipping this combination of dry-chemicals to Europe?
Asked by: Ole-Henrik H.
While you do not list to which country you wish to send the aforementioned chemicals, I have not found any issues with shipping the Photographers' Formulary Pyrocat HD Film Developer to most countries in Europe. However, I would recommend for you to add the item to your online shopping cart, then selecting your country from the drop-down menu. If it is available for shipment to your country, you can click the Begin Checkout button, enter your shipping address, and select a shipping destination. If it cannot be shipped to your country, once you select your country from the drop-down menu on the My Cart webpage, our website would inform you the item cannot be shipped to your country, and will instruct you to remove the item from your cart in order to proceed with placing your order.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the shelf life after it is mixed ?
Asked by: Stephane B.
12 months under the sink in separate bottles mixed in water - ambient around 28 Centigrade.no problems....
Answered by: long m.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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