Ilford Ilfosol-3 Film Developer for Black and White Film (500ml)

BH #ILI3500ML • MFR #1176108
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Ilford Ilfosol-3 Film Developer for Black and White Film (500ml)
Key Features
  • Fine Grain
  • Optical Sharpness
Ilfosol-3 Film Developer is an enhanced, one-shot updated version of Ilford's Ilfosol-S. It has been created to suit the needs of photographers who prefer to use slower speed films such as Pan-F, FP4 Plus and Delta 100 Professional.

This is a fine grain and ultra sharp developer when used with films processed at full speed. However, you may use it at a 1:14 dilution for other films with only a minimal loss of image quality. It is supplied as a concentrate in economical 500ml bottles and is diluted (typically at a ratio of 1:9) for one-shot use.

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Ilford 1176108 Overview

Ilfosol-3 Film Developer is an enhanced, one-shot updated version of Ilford's Ilfosol-S. It has been created to suit the needs of photographers who prefer to use slower speed films such as Pan-F, FP4 Plus and Delta 100 Professional.

This is a fine grain and ultra sharp developer when used with films processed at full speed. However, you may use it at a 1:14 dilution for other films with only a minimal loss of image quality. It is supplied as a concentrate in economical 500ml bottles and is diluted (typically at a ratio of 1:9) for one-shot use.

Note:
Not recommended when using re-use techniques or replenishment systems
UPC: 019498131776

Ilford 1176108 Specs

Chemistry TypeFilm Developer
Powder/LiquidLiquid
Liquid Volume1 x 16.9  fl oz / 500.0  mL
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.8 x 2.85 x 2.15"
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How long does it survive after being opened?
Asked by: Jiaming C.
From Ilflord website: Unopened, ILFOSOL 3 will last about 18 months. Once open, it should be used within three months. Remember to mix ILFOSOL 3 for immediate use ONLY.
Answered by: Donald
Date published: 2021-03-06

Can this be used for Kodak T-Max 400?

Can this be used for Kodak T-Max 400?
Asked by: Jeanine
Yes this will work for any black and white film.
Answered by: Zachariah
Date published: 2021-01-28

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considering that it's a liquid, are there any issues shipping internationally? (i live in brazil btw)
Asked by: Bruno M.
There currently are no shipping restrictions to Brazil.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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How to dispose developer properly?
Asked by: Giuseppe C.
The safety Data Sheet discusses disposing of Ilford Ilfosol-3it. You will also need to talk with your local town as to their regulations.The link for the sheet is http://bit.ly/2bRL86V.
Answered by: Robert K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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new to developing film. I have a question so if I am using this to develop one roll of tri-x film how much developer do I use with water? I am having trouble understanding the ratio when it says 1:9? And fixer?
Asked by: Shane R.
I don't remember the water-to-developer ratio for Ilfosol, but using the 1:9 ratio you mention - 1:9 means 1 part developer to 9 parts water. So, when developing one roll of film, determine how much mixed developer you need - often you can find this info on the bottom of your developing tank - for example, my developing tank says I need 300ml to develop one roll of 35mm (135) film, so for this I would mix 30ml of developer with 270ml of water.As for fixer, the ratio of concentrate to water depends on which fixer you are using. I use Ilford Rapid Fixer, which is mixed at a 1:4 ratio (1 part concentrate to 4 parts water). So with the 300ml tank mentioned above, I would mix 60ml of fixer concentrate to 240ml of water.In my experience, with mixing ratios, the low number is the for the concentrate and the higher number is for water.Hope this helps and good luck.
Answered by: Preston B.
Date published: 2020-07-20

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I'm quite a newbie at film developing. Can I use Ilford Ilfosol-3 film developer on Kodak Professional Tmax-100 film?
Asked by: Anonymous
yes developer is developer. look up the ratios of the amount of film to the amount of chemicals
Answered by: Ryan B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can this developer be used for photo paper too?
Asked by: Joseph H.
yes, i believe you can use it for developing the prints as well. the characteristics of film and photo paper are very similar since film and the paper have silver in them. the silver is what records the image and also its whats used in the photo papers. hope this helps
Answered by: Alfredo Z.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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