agfa rodinal

Rodinal has two dilutions; 1+25 and 1+50. Use the different dilution control the contrast of negatives and the length of developing time. Adox Rodinal is also available in 100ml bottle. How To Use As it is a concentrate, you dilute it to make a working solution. To prepare Adox Rodinal …

Kodak Tri-X 400 at 3200 in Agfa Rodinal 1:100. Develop your own black and white film then link the results to your photos on Flickr. Saved by Martin Slechta ...

Darkroom chemical R09 (AGFA RODINAL) is characterised by very good contour sharpness and high emulsion speed yield. The subject contrast can be influenced by varying the dilution of the concentrate. Mixing: 1 part concentrate to 25 or 50 parts water at a temperature of 20° C. Content: 120ml B&W One-shot film Developer.

Dec 02, 2020 · Since the demise of Agfa there have been several generic versions of their iconic developer - Rodinal, non of which appear to be the same as the original with its legendary keeping qualities. Does anyone know what is the closest version to that manufactured by Agfa?

One-part liquid concentrate to prepare fine-grain, normal-working developer, intended for of all types of black and white negative films. Fomadon R09 is equivalent to former developer Agfa Rodinal. The concentrate is available in PE-bottles of 250 ml, and for use is diluted with water in a ratio from 1 + 25 to 1 + 50 according to the purpose of ...

Rodinal has two dilutions; 1+25 and 1+50. Use the different dilution control the contrast of negatives and the length of developing time. Adox Rodinal is also available in 100ml bottle. How To Use As it is a concentrate, you dilute it to make a working solution. To prepare Adox Rodinal …

Darkroom chemical R09 (AGFA RODINAL) is characterised by very good contour sharpness and high emulsion speed yield. The subject contrast can be influenced by varying the dilution of the concentrate. Mixing: 1 part concentrate to 25 or 50 parts water at a temperature of 20° C. Content: 120ml B&W One-shot film Developer.

Dec 02, 2020 · Since the demise of Agfa there have been several generic versions of their iconic developer - Rodinal, non of which appear to be the same as the original with its legendary keeping qualities. Does anyone know what is the closest version to that manufactured by Agfa?

Film Developing Chemicals

One-part liquid concentrate to prepare fine-grain, normal-working developer, intended for of all types of black and white negative films. Fomadon R09 is equivalent to former developer Agfa Rodinal. The concentrate is available in PE-bottles of 250 ml, and for use is diluted with water in a ratio from 1 + 25 to 1 + 50 according to the purpose of ...