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Sodium hexametaphosphate (Calgon) 2.0 g Sodium sulphite, anhydrous 39.0 g Potassium carbonate, anhydrous 14.0 g Sodium bicarbonate 12.0 g Phenidone 0.6 g Hydroquinone 6.0 g Sodium bromide 2.2 g Sodium thiocyanate 1.0 g Sodium hydroxide 3.3 g Potassium iodide, 0.1 per cent solution 4.5 ml Water to 1.0 litre
Stop bath 1
Sodium acetate, anhydrous 30.0 g Acetic acid, glacial 6.0 ml Water to 1.0 litre
Sodium hexametaphosphate (Calgon) 2.0 g Trisodium phosphate crystals 36.0 g Sodium hydroxide 3.0 g Sodium sulphite, anhydrous 4.5 g Sodium bromide 0.65 g Potassium iodide 0.1 per cent solution 30 ml Sodium thiocyanate 1.3 g Citrazinic acid 1.25 g CD3 11.0 g Water to 1.0 litre
Stop bath 2
As for Stop Bath 1, but do NOT interchange them after use
Potassium ferricyanide 80.0 g Potassium bromide 20.0 g Disodium phosphate, anhydrous 12.0 g Acetic acid, glacial 5.0 ml Water to 1.0 litre
Sodium thiosulphate, crystals 200.0 g (or anhydrous 125.0 g) Sodium sulphite, anhydrous 5.0 g Sodium metabisulphite 0.5 g Water to 1.0 litre
Formaldehyde, 40 per cent 5.0 ml Wetting agent 1.0 ml Water to 1.0 litre
Step Time Temp deg C 1st develop 6.25 min 38+/-0.3 Stop bath 1 2 min 33-39 Wash 2 min 33-39 Reversal exposure Ð see note 1 2 mins each side to No 2 Photoflood at 10 inches Colour dev 6 min 38+/-1 Stop bath 2 2 min 33-39 Wash 2 min 33-39 Bleach 5 min 33-39 Rinse 0.5 min 33-39 Fix 5 min 33-39 Wash 6 min 33-39 Stabilise 1 min 33-39 Dry See note 6
- The time given for the reversal exposure is based on the film being removed from the spiral. The best way to make this exposure is to pass the film back and forth through water in a white bowl for the two minutes exposure to each side. This will prevent the film becoming too hot and starting to dry out. However, do be careful not to splash the lamp with water or it may explode. If you prefer to leave the film in the spiral for this reversal exposure, place it in a white bowl of water. Give 5 minutes exposure to each end of a clear spiral or 10 minutes to each end of a white nylon or stainless steel spiral. The important thing to remember is that it is not possible to over expose the film at this stage, but easy to under expose – so err on the side of longer rather than shorter exposure.
- The first development time and temperature largely determine the density and colour balance of the final transparency. For this reason, itÕs important not to deviate from the recommended time and temperature.
- Agitation in all baths except the stabiliser is continuous for the first 15 seconds followed by two inversions of the tank every half minute after that. For the stabiliser a single inversion over and back is sufficient.
- The capacity of the solutions is ten 36 exposure 35mm or 120 roll films per litre. But increase the time in the first developer by 15 seconds after processing every two films.
- The first developer will keep for two months unused in a full, tightly stoppered dark glass bottle. Once it’s been used, it will keep for four weeks. The colour developer has a life of three months unused and two months partly used. All the other solutions will keep for at least six months, unused or partly used.
- Drying temperature should not exceed 60 deg C (140 deg F). The film will appear milky while it’s wet, but clears completely when dry.