Ilford Microphen is a fine grain film developer which gives an effective increase in film speed whilst retaining much of the grain characteristics associated with. And to make it even sweeter the Kodak equivalent, DK, is a developer I had never even heard of until now! According to the Ilford Product. Ilford powder developer for film processing makes great use of the film speed. This makes it ideal for high-speed films and their accelerated devel.
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Overall I was really happy with this developer, and will certainly use it again especially if I micropjen a project that would be best done on Pan F. Ilford FP4 35mm 36 exposures Content 1 piece. TMY tends to flatten out after a certain point – it’s ideal top end with Microphen is Fomapan Action roll film Content 1 piece. Fomadon R09 film developer ml Content 0. In Stock Update Location close.
Many of these developers restrict grain size by dissolving some of the silver forming the image. Oh, I suppose it could be done with continuous agitation – never tried this. Do you already have an account? These depend for their action on the fact that some of the silver dissolved during development is redeposited in a very fine form to reinforce the final image.
Liford TMY results weren’t bad at all. I love the grains produced by the resulting images.
A sludge presumably silver will accumulate in the bottom of the bottle after a couple of reuses. I don’t exactly have a well trained eye for grain changes due to development, but I can say that the results were quite good, and I suppose I would say they did look a bit different, but not in a way that would make me not want to use it again.
Ilford Microphen fine grain film developer for 1l
You won’t get better results than with this. The latter effect varies according to film. Rollei Supergrain ml Content 0. The maximum contrast obtainable with these developers is rather low and development times tend to be long. There is just no other product on the market speed increasing fine grain micrpohen that is so easy to use.
It is working well I always use manual settings and measure exposure for the mid-tones; I also overexpose one stop ; I developef Kodak Tmax developer and Ilford ID11 and and like Microphen more. Gives fine grain, smooth results with just about any film with more than box speed.
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Worked consistently across 4 rolls of film. Yes, my password is: Considering that ID and Microphen cost the same to produce the same amount of stock solution, is there any reason to choose ID over microphen? There’s probably lots of archive stuff on this site about it. Large expanses of same-toned areas such as skies are virtually grainless, as you’d expect from TMX.
MACO eco kit – universal processing chemistry They give extremely fine grained images which are to some extent independent of the nature of the negative emulsion used.
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I have been looking at Ilfords powder developers as a cost effective way of achieving this. Tri-X can be developed to a higher contrast within usual limits.