Rollei Black Magic Variable Contrast Liquid Emulsion, (300mL),

BH #ROBMLEV • MFR #66152
Rollei
Rollei Black Magic Variable Contrast Liquid Emulsion, (300mL),
Key Features
  • Print Your Negatives on Any Surface
  • Works on Metal, Plastic, Glass, Fabric
  • Use with Variable Contrast Filters
  • Used with Color Heads, VC Enlargers
This is a 300mL bottle of Black Magic Variable Contrast Liquid Emulsion from Rollei. This unique developer allows you to print your negatives on just about any surface you can image. Spread it over the surface, expose your negative, and there you are. Glass, metal, fabric - you're only limited by your imagination. Using variable contrast filters, a color head, or variable contrast enlarger, contrast can be readily controlled.
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Rollei 66152 Overview

This is a 300mL bottle of Black Magic Variable Contrast Liquid Emulsion from Rollei. This unique developer allows you to print your negatives on just about any surface you can image. Spread it over the surface, expose your negative, and there you are. Glass, metal, fabric - you're only limited by your imagination. Using variable contrast filters, a color head, or variable contrast enlarger, contrast can be readily controlled.

Note:
Use under red safelight conditions only
Allows you to print images on a wide variety of surfaces
Works on glass, wood, textile fabric, ceramics, metal, stones, plastics
Shelf life will be approximately one year

Rollei 66152 Specs

ProcessRollei RPN, for universal application
Rollei RHC, for steeper grade
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.825 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.65 x 3 x 3"
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