SUPROL FILM DEVELOPER

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As others have said, if it is essentially an OK or even good paper developer then I’d be wary about its properties as a film developer. For experimentation, no probs. How good is universal Print and film Developer? Your name or email address: Other than that you need to do a proper film test for the developer in object. It has mixed reviews about it’s use, very confused: It was sold for films as well as paper and gave excellent fine grain with good tonality and sharpness, I used it extensivelyfrom the mid 70’s until the mid 80’s often buying 25 litre drums for work, getting through about 5 litres a week.

I realize that would require a bit of experience to eyeball the adjustments. It was sold for films as well as paper and gave excellent fine grain with good tonality and sharpness, I used it extensivelyfrom the mid 70’s until the mid 80’s often buying 25 litre drums for work, getting through about 5 litres a week. For experimenting universal developer should be fine. But when looking at developing times for this film on the website it says NR? For experimentation, no probs. Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone has used this developer? As others have said, if it is essentially an OK or even good paper developer then I’d be wary about its properties as a film developer.

It’s off the first call website, and I intend to use it to develop Kentmere film. Ilfor PQ Universal will alsom give good results used at higher dilutions but Suprol gave slightly finer grain. I tested it with 35mm FP4 where grain is more an issue but mainly used it for more specialist applications as we used replenished ID and later replenished Adox Borax MQ in deep tanks for regularb processing.

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I suppose the next question is, what is a recomended film developer? I realize that would require a bit of experience to eyeball the adjustments.

Search titles only Posted by Member: Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone has used this developer? I doubt others here have actually used Suprol as a film developer 9 minutes supfol be a good starting point, but personally I’d use it more dilute.

For experimentation, no probs. Many thanks, Terry S.

By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Your name or email address: At the end of the first page you’ll find the film development data, as I supgol they just give a rather generic starting point.

Separate names with a comma. If they give a range of dilutions and development times, use the greatest dilution they state. Does this mean it cant be used?

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It’s also a powder and makes 5 litres of stock solution. Share This Page Tweet. Forums Forums Quick Links. For experimenting universal developer should be fine. This may not have been a problem when using large negatives for moderate sized prints, but a developer more suited to film was greatly preferable.

But when looking at developing times for this film on the website it says NR? Other than that you need to do a proper film test for the developer in object. From experience I’ve found that universal developer tends to produce better results for paper than it does for film.

As per the other replies.

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Yes, my password is: If you look at Silverprint product page there’s a data sheet with a guide line regarding film development time. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Lots to think about, thanks guys, and sorry Mike, I am a non-drinker ; Jes.

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Empty two 3L winebags down your throat it’s a dirty job but someone’s got to do it: Most universal developer work well for prints but less well for film. Generally speaking, univeral developers as they used to be called gave rather grainy results when used for film. I like the idea of a universal developer as it cuts down on expenditure whilst I experiment. No, create an account now.

Look the frame at the right side of the picture: I’m wanting to try home processing and printing and have managed to cobble together a few items from eBay and freeCycle, and not I think I just need to get some chemicals.

It was sold for films as well as paper and gave excellent fine grain with good tonality and sharpness, I used it extensivelyfrom the mid 70’s until the mid 80’s often buying 25 litre drums for work, getting through about 5 litres a week.

If you’re a beginner, as it looks like, my suggestion is to get a packet of ID11, plenty of documentation and rather fool proof developer.

For anything approaching a fine print, use a dedicated film dev. Marty, could you point us in the right direction for this please, as having just tried to find it, I had no success How good is universal Print and film Developer? Do you already have an account?