KODAK XTOL PDF
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The Highlights and Shadows of Kodak Xtol BE Developer by Leslie Lazenby Kodaks’s Xtol film developer is my go-to film developer, I think. KODAK PROFESSIONAL Developer, Characteristics, Use With These KODAK PROFESSIONAL Films. XTOL Developer. Suitable for most professional. Bergger Panchro @ in Kodak XTOL Stock. 11 minutes, 45 seconds at 24°C/°F. 10 seconds of agitation every minute. in Xtol stock at 75F By.
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KODAK PROFESSIONAL XTOL Developer
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Kodak Professional XTOL is a two-part powder developer suitable for xfol professional black and white films. It is an ascorbic acid-based developer, which yields a kodaak high image quality at full emulsion speed.
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Order in the next 0: Produces fine grain and high sharpness. Provides more emulsion speed shadow detail than most developers for normal and push processing. Can also be used to replenish working-strength developer Does not contain hydroquinone. I tend to use it diluted 1: The remaining dry chemicals keep much better than mixed developer although the mixed solution keeps at least 2 months if stored properly. I mix full strength and dilute just prior to use. Negatives come out sharp and with very little grain.
Images are not particularly contrasty which preserves the maximum amount of detail in both highlights and shadows and can easily be increased in the printing process. Wash your film in developing temp water before pouring in developer. Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank L. For me it consistently produces finer grain and can be used with a wide variety of film. I routinely use it to push HP5 3 stops and Delta 2 stops with great results. It also has a great shelf life.
It takes about a year for me to use a 5 liter batch and I see no negative effects. This is my favorite developer. It never fails me. Gives a great tonal range if you got the exposure right. Doesn’t raise grain in finer grained film. It is a pain to mix. Really let it sit a while and look for tiny un-dissolved particles.
Keep shaking it until it’s really completely dissolved. It works well stock but gives beautiful results up to 1: In fact, I prefer it. Rated 5 out of 5 by bmw from Great Economical Developer I don’t develop lots of black and white film so 5 liters is more than I can use before it would ztol bad.
So even though Kodak does not recommend it, I mix one liter at a time. So far it has worked great for me. Also once mixed and stored in airtight bottles, the developer stays good for months. Rated 4 out of 5 by Mimetic from The best developer for BW film!
Xhol is my favorite developer for black-and-white film. I get lower contrast than D76 better for scanningsmooth gradations, good shadow and highlights.
It’s basically self-exhausting, too, so it’s hard to overdevelop.
Since I work overseas, it’s good to have a developer that’s not very sensitive to questionable water supplies, heat, etc. Rated 4 out of 5 by James from Ztol I really am pleased with the results – good tone separation, fine grain, high accutance and it doesn’t stain I have to use the bathroom for developing and appreciate this quality.
The results are as good or better than what I got with HC which I used for years. The xttol drawback is the packages make 1. I don’t worry so much about my health using it and I also don’t worry about pouring it into the drain.
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It can be a bit difficult to mix at first but it is worth the effort. Be the first to review this item.
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