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Kodak D-76 Black & White Film Developer, Powder to Make 1 Gallon.

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About Kodak D-76

For general-purpose use with films such as Kodak T-MAX Professional, PLUS-X Pan, and TRI-X Pan Films; also for some spectroscopic films and plates. A favorite of pictorial photographers.

Yields full emulsion speed and maximum shadow detail with normal contrast. Moderately fine grain, excellent development latitude.

For use in: small and large tanks, trays, rotary-tubes, rack-and-tanks

Keeping Properties:
Stock solution (full strength ) in closed container (full) - 6 months; 2 months in a half full container
Working solution (full strength) in a tray-24 hours (or tank-1 month)
Diluted 1:1 solution-24 hours in a tray (N/A for a tank)

Useful Capacity (unreplenished):
Full strength in a tray; 16-8x10 sheets per gal (4 per L)
Full strength in a tank; 16-8x10 sheets per gal (4 per L); useful capacity can be increased by replenishment
Diluted 1:1 in a tray; 8-8x10 sheets per gal in a tray (2 per L)
Diluted 1:1 in a tank; 8-8x10 sheets per gal in a tank (2 per L)

The Kodak D-76 is commonly used for Developing and more.

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4.7

(based on 9 reviews)

78%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

D-76 is the standard for B&W developer

D-76 is the standard black and white developer. Works with just about any B&W film (except maybe high contrast microfilm and other unusual applications). Tri-X 400 mix 1+1 at 75 F. for 7:45 minutes. Really nice tones, contrast and grain. Simple to mix, just follow instructions. Lasts well in the bottle. If you are starting out, you can't go wrong with D-76 and you may never need to try anything else.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
4.0

Fine for bulk/school developing

By

The standard stuff, reliable and priced fairly. I hope Kodak continues to manufacture it. Also wish Adorama would send large orders in sensible shipments. I ordered 50 packs and had three shipments (owing to their stock/inventory I guess); one of which was 2 packs... a total waste of shipping resources.

 
5.0

D76, Hope Kodak does not go way

By

Good developer, Use it for tmax and tri x All ways know what to expect. Have used since 1977

 
5.0

Good Old Stand-by

By

I needed this developer for a photography class at a community college. We normally use Sprint Cemistry but ran out and needed this in a hurry. Adorama shipped this out really quickly and the class was saved.

 
5.0

Excellent product.

By

Mixes easily. Performs beyond expectations consistently.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

D-76 is the standard for B&W developer

By

D-76 is the standard black and white developer. Works with just about any B&W film (except maybe high contrast microfilm and other unusual applications). Tri-X 400 mix 1+1 at 75 F. for 7:45 minutes. Really nice tones, contrast and grain. Simple to mix, just follow instructions. Lasts well in the bottle. If you are starting out, you can't go wrong with D-76 and you may never need to try anything else.

 
4.0

The old stand by!

By

Inexpensive, easy to mix and use, and produces reliably excellent results.

 
5.0

just like it should be.

By

a very reliable developer. Keeps well and can be used as described. Versatile for all my 4x5 and medium format film work.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

We consistantly buy this product

By

Our high school art program includes traditional black and white photography classes. This is the product we use with our students to develop their film. We get consistant results and that is important!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It's the good stuff

By

Sent this home with my summer camp students to practice on their own. They were thrilled.

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Shopper  does the package give temp times for different types of b & w film?
MARCIN D  It gives developing time and temperatures for selected Kodak films. For more sophisticated informations about D-76 developing times for various film please search Google for "The massive dev chart"
Shopper  does the package give temp times for different types of b & w film?
MARCIN D  It gives developing time and temperatures for selected Kodak films. For more sophisticated informations about D-76 developing times for various film please search Google for "The massive dev chart"
Shopper  does the package give temp times for different types of b & w film?
MARCIN D  It gives developing time and temperatures for selected Kodak films. For more sophisticated informations about D-76 developing times for various film please search Google for "The massive dev chart"
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