KENTMERE 400 FILM DEVELOPING TIMES

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I put D in the freezer for a little while before developing, so the temp was maybe 18c. These second two are using more standard development HC 8min with agitation constant for the first min and then 5 inversion every minute. Edu O I’ve just returned to film and developing after a long break. I only have HC so I have been playing around with different times and agitations so far I am happiest with the semi stand results. Overview Discussions Photos Members Map. The number listed at the intersection of your selected film and desired working temperature is the development time for your film.

Edu Ultra N 8: I was very disappointed with my first few rolls of Kentmere and decided to never used it again until on my final roll I started to get some useable images. Edu M 7: I didn’t think it was too grainy; at least not any more than Tri-X. Desert Sun Images 1 year ago. I developed a few rolls of Kentmere in HC and they turned out pretty well. Kentmere Film and Paper.

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I only have HC so I have been playing around with different times and agitations so far I am happiest with the semi stand results. Follow Us twitter instagram facebook. Save Cancel Drag to set position! Desert Sun Images 1 year ago. I was very disappointed with my first few rolls of Kentmere and decided to never used it again until on my final roll I started to get some useable images [http: HC i’ve not tried but it does seem an obvious candidate.

Kentmere shot at box speed.

They are much grainier and lack contrast. The number listed at the intersection of your selected film and desired working temperature is the development time ties your film.

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To determine the proper development time for your film, locate your film type on the chart below and read across to the column headed by your desired working temperature. These first two are stand developed as described above. Ketmere shot at ISO, developed in Diafine. I developed a few rolls of Kentmere in HC and they turned out pretty well.

I didn’t think it was too grainy; at least not timez more than Tri-X.

Do you mean Microphen? Maybe there’s just not much latitude in the film? Twitter Tweets by SprintSystems.

Edu M 7: Edu Ultra L 6: Rodinal which I love I don’t think works well with it. Edu O I’ve tried Kentmere in D74 at 1: What developers and development scheme do you use for Kentmere ? K developed in DD-X at the time recommended by Kentmere.

AlexBMuir Posted 7 years ago. I have a pile of this film on the way to me so I will refine the process, I will post the results here just in case someone is interested.

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Once noted, this letter can be used to find a development time on our Development Timing System Chart below. The ability to get the legendary Ilford consistency and quality at a Foma price is amazing to me.

Edited by AlexBMuir member 7 years ago. I’ve developed in Rodinal devellping D I also tried K with D74 and wasn’t very impressed, a little too grainy for me.

I’ve just returned to film and developing after a long break. These second two are using more standard development HC 8min with agitation constant for the first min and then 5 inversion every minute. Edu Ultra N 8: Chart is based on developing activity, which doubles with each increase of 6.

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The Chart Letter Adjustments can be used to determine the appropriate adjustments for changes in working solution temperature, variations in film exposure and a variety of other processing and printing conditions. Nice contrast and the grain is restrained and pleasing. J E 7 years ago. I’ve been getting pretty good results in TMax Dev: It’s a good film, not to the level of Acros or Delta, but it doesn’t try to be. I happen to have done one with Kentmere last week. I used DDX and D Edu Ultra Q The Development Timing System Chart can also be used in conjunction with our recommended Chart Letter Adjustments to determine the appropriate adjustments for changes in working solution temperature, variations in film exposure and a variety of other processing conditions.

All adjustments are in letters. I’ll see if i can post a picture here of a pic dev with xtol. Gonna go back to xtol as it’s the best developer i’ve found for kentmere, both and I just ordered 10 rolls of Kentemere develiping I will run the experiment filn with different timing etc to try and get it right.