Ilford ID11 Film Developer, 5 litres. Product Description Reviews Returns Delivery Product Description ID11 is a fine grain film developer for all general film processing requirements where fine grain negatives are required without loss of emulsion speed. ID11 developer is recognised internationally as a standard in many fields of scientific and technical photography. ID11 produces excellent results with all films and is ideal where a wide range of films and film speeds have been used. ID11 ensures the best balance of fine grain, sharpness and tonal rendition producing negatives which allow a high degree of enlargement. Customer Reviews.
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Ideal for use with a wide range of black and white films. It ensures the best balance of fine grain, sharpness and tonal rendition. Producing negatives which allow for a high degree of enlargement. If you use this as a stock solution there is no need to mix up developer each time. Simply prepare the stock, and reuse the developer until exhausted. You can also use ID as a one-shot developer. Ilford recommends reusing it for up to 10 films.
If you decide to use it one-shot, simply discard after use. All in all, ID is a great choice as a classic, all-round developer. It is also available in 5L packs. Ilford ID packs contain two parts, A and B. Always make up the developer stock solution to the volume stated on the pack. Do not attempt to prepare smaller quantities by using fractional parts of each powder.
As it is a powder, you dilute it to make a stock solution first. Stir until the powder has dissolved. Then continue to stir, while gradually adding the contents of Part B. Keep stirring until no more powder dissolves. Add ml cold water to make up 1 litre and stir. Allow this to cool to room temperature, then the developer is then ready to use.
Store in a tightly capped bottle until needed for use. Ilford ID can either be used as a stock solution, or it can be diluted further with water for one-shot processing. That means one part stock solution to one part water. So that is one part stock solution to three parts water. Prepare these working solutions from the stock solution directly before they are needed.
Always make sure you mix together thoroughly before use. Both guides will walk you through each step of developing film at home. How To Prepare Film Developing Chemistry will explain how to get your chemicals ready for processing. Film Developer. Your email address will not be published. Please check back for updates. Another benefit, Ilford ID11 is a powder developer, making it light and easy to travel with. How To Use As it is a powder, you dilute it to make a stock solution first.
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