DF96 “DEVELOPER&FIX” B&W MONOBATH, SINGLE-STEP SOLUTION
For Simplified B&W Processing At Any Room Temperature. 68-82°F (20-28°C)
Processes: 16+ rolls of B&W film with 1 liter of just one chemical.
The worries of too much development, dilution, time or agitation are gone. Stop bath? Fixer? Hardener? Gone the way of One-Hour-Photos and formaldehyde. Meet the labtender’s best friend, served neat. It may be clear and odorless but please do not drink it. ☠️😵👨🏻🔬
The single-step solution is now available in powder concentrate or ready-to-use liquid. Processing all of your B&W film at home is easier than ever with this magical and versatile Single-Step BW “Developer-Fix” monobath solution, akin to D96 motion picture developer but with no need for stop bath, fixer, or any other chemicals, is perfect for processing CineStill BwXX along with any other black & white film. No special charts, timers or apps needed! Just a processing tank and water. Foolproof self-completing process that guarantees motion picture quality, the smoothest grain structure and crisp tonal curve. Flexible processing in 3-6 minutes at any room temperature (70-80F). Just wash with water and hang to dry. No more complicated measurements or strict margins to deal with. Process all your black and white films in one chemical with absolutely wonderful results!
- Processing for traditional B&W film in 1 bath
- Chemical transport is not regulated
- Room temperature processing methods for 68-82°F (20-28°C)
- Temp tolerance is +/-2°F (1°C)
- Worlds fastest process at 80°F (27°C) in just 3min!
- Push/Pull processing by adjusting temp. +/- 10°F (6°C)
- Reusable, all-in-one solution.
- Processes over 16+ rolls of film (1000ml)
- Process 1-8 rolls at a time
- Extremely versatile self-completing process
- No special processor needed (use standard processing tanks and reels)
- Fully archival
PROCESS ALL B&W FILM:
Df96 monobath easily processes any standard black and white film at its native ISO. It is designed with traditional cubic-grain emulsions in mind, like BwXX, TriX and HP5, with high silver content. It also works well with tabular grain films with color dye technology, like Tmax, but require double the processing time to clear, and may come out of the bath with pink/purple dyes in the emulsion. This is normal and will fade away. High speed films such as P3200 and Delta3200 can be processed at their native ISOs between 1000-1600 by the instructions on the label, or pushed to 3200 by adding 10°F (6°C). All films can be pushed or pulled by adjusting temp. +/-10°F (6°C).