Chemicals for C-41

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  1. BadRotation

    BadRotation TPF Noob!

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    I have been developing B/W film for quite a while, and now am looking into getting into color development.

    After reading a few books/guides on the subject, it doesnt seem that hard, as long as the times/temps are correct.

    I have a few junk rolls I can experiment on, but I have no clue what chemistry I need to pick up.

    I know I need the developer, stop bath, and bleach/fixer, but not sure exactly what to buy.

    I would like to go with Kodak Professional, since I have had good luck with the stuff while developing B/W negatives.


    Anybody want to name specifically what I will need?


     
  2. Hertz van Rental

    Hertz van Rental We're supposed to post photos?

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    You should find all the information you want - probably far more than you want - here:
    http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/chemicals/qaC41.shtml

    Rule Number 1: If you want to know about Kodak chemistry, go to the Kodak web site ;)
     

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