Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread: ilford ilfotec lc A friend on another site swears by it, saying it is leaps and bounds better than RO9, which I use now. I primarily use xray film and would like to hear from the more knowledgeable, I prefer rotary to tray.
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Ilfotec LC29 is easy to use and economical, making it ideal for beginners. Ideal for use with a wide range of black and white films. It produces fine grain negatives with good sharpness and image quality. Being used only once and discarded. However, for greater economy, they can be reused but image quality may be reduced.
Pushing film is not recommended when using reused developers. As it is a concentrate, you dilute it to make a working solution. That means one part developer to nine parts water.
So that is one part developer to nineteen parts water. The different dilution will give varying results. Always make sure you mix together thoroughly before use. Both guides will walk you through each step of developing film at home. Film Developer. Your email address will not be published. Please check back for updates. How To Use As it is a concentrate, you dilute it to make a working solution.
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Ilford Ilfotec LC29 Film Developer 500ml
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