Ilford Developer No. 11 is a fine grain developer for all general black and white film processing requirements where fine grain negatives are required without. Ilford ID is a fine grain film developer for all general film processing requirements where fine grain negatives are required without loss of emulsion speed. : Ilford ID Fine Grain Developer for Black & White Film, Powder to Make 1 Liter.: Photographic Film: Camera & Photo.

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I figured that using the company’s product with their film would yield better results and it did. Ilford Delta roll film Content 1 piece. Kaiser chemical storage bottle brown 1,ml Content 1 piece.

Ilford Delta 35mm 36 exposures Content 1 piece. Does not have the ability to do as many different film types as DD-X, but has the major advantage that it lasts indefinitely until you mix it up.

Our loss could be your gain. Ilford PQ Universal ml Content 0. The Ilford time chart seems to be right on the money for Kodak and Ilford films. Interested in having one of your photos appear as a group cover photo the banner photo at the top of the page?

The only bad thing Upload it to flickr at a size of at least pixels in width. However, my own experience tells me that this developer is much preferred. Rollei Supergrain ml Content 0. You can’t go wrong with this stuff. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from I use this consistently. Tetenal cotton gloves Content 1 piece. It is terrific in bringing out full tonal ranges. Storage time for Unopened full bottle ID Stock solution is 6 months.


Ilford ID-11 fine grain film developer for 1l

The Instructions are about as simple as can be, and the time charts are very accurate IMO. Supplied iid11 a metol-hydroquinone based powder formula in two sachets, ID mixes more easily than Kodak D, a developer with similar characteristics. In Stock Update Location close. Rated 5 out of 5 by diehard67 from works grate it was fairly easy to mix up, trickiest part is getting the temperature of the water right but once mixed and cooled, I cooled it to 20c it developed my roll of ilford delta nicely, vary happy with the results.

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Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Kentmere 35mm 36 exposures Content 1 piece. Ilford Ilfotec LC29 liquid concentrate film BKA Acufine film developer to make od11 quarter Upload it to flickr at a size of at least pixels in width Cancel Done. If I am in a hurry, there are other Ilford developers to pinch-hit in that situation ID is universal and yields excellent results for almost all black and white films.

Ilford HP5 Plus roll film Content 1 piece. Make sure you have sufficient glass storage containers for the full volume when mixed and can move part-filled containers to a smaller container to minimize the air inside during storage.

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It has to be mixed i,ford with water to make a stock solution, but it works fine. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. Overview Discussions Photos Members Map. Place your order by 5pm and your order will ship the same day. Tetenal Ultrafin 1l Content 1 Liter.


For Ilford Delta 35mm film at exposure: Fomadon P – W37 two component negative And to keep your analogue camera alive we do our best to have a comprehensive range of films in stock for you every day. I feel it gives about the best balance, with different papers, and film brands, of any chemistry available.

Ilford ID11 Developer 1L

Kodak Color Plus 35mm 36 exposures Content 1 piece. We offer a broad range of photographic if11 of well known and specialized manufacturer. So far it has worked wonders! Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great I’ve switched to this developer after using HC for a number of years.

ID produces excellent results with all films and is ideal where a wide range of films and film speeds have been used. I have also done some portraits and they come out tack sharp with very fine grain. If stock is diluted it can only be used as a “one-shot” developer and should not be stored. Both beginners and professionals are well Will not give up on film.

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