Cinestill Df96 (D96) Developer & Fix Black & White Monobath – Powder for 1 Liter

19.89 including VAT

  • Processing for traditional B&W film in 1 bath
  • Chemical transport is not regulated
  • Room temperature processing methods for 68-82°F (20-28°C)
  • Temp tolerance is +/-2°F (1°C)
  • Worlds fastest process at 80°F (27°C) in just 3min!
  • Push/Pull processing by adjusting temp. +/- 10°F (6°C)
  • Reusable, all-in-one solution.
  • Processes over 16+ rolls of film (1000ml)
  • Process 1-8 rolls at a time
  • Extremely versatile self-completing process
  • No special processor needed (use standard processing tanks and reels)
  • Fully archival
  • Odor-free
  • Economical
  • Shelf-life of 2 months after mixing

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Description

Cinestill Df96 Developer & Fix Black & White Monobath, a single-step film processing solution, is now available in powder concentrate for 1 liter of working solution. Processing all of your B&W film at home is easier than ever with this magical and versatile Single-Step B&W “Developer-Fix” monobath solution, akin to D96 motion picture developer but with no need for stop bath, fixer, or any other chemicals, except for a wetting agent, if you choose. No special charts, timers or apps needed! Just a processing tank and water. Foolproof self-completing process that guarantees motion picture quality, the smoothest grain structure and crisp tonal curve. Flexible processing in 3-6 minutes at any room temperature (70-80F). Just wash with water and hang to dry. No more complicated measurements or strict margins to deal with. Process all your black and white films in one chemical with absolutely wonderful results!

Cinestill Df96 Developer & Fix Black & White Monobath easily processes any standard black and white film at its nativeISO.It is designed withtraditional cubic-grain emulsions in mind, like BwXX, TriX and HP5, with high silver content. It also works well with tabular grain films with color dye technology, like Tmaxor Delta films, but require double the processing time to clear the pink/purple dyes in the emulsion. High speed films like P3200 and Delta 3200 can be processed at their native ISOs between 1000-1600 by the instructions on the label, or at 3200by adding 10°F (6°C). All films can be pushed or pulled by adjusting temp. +/-10°F(6°C).

See the Cinestill Df96 Developer & Fix Black & White Monobath datasheet for full instructions.

Additional information

Weight .23 kg

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