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Kodak HC-110 Black & White Film Developer, Liquid to Make 2 Gallons of Dilution A.

by Kodak

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  • Extremely versatile
  • Can be used in both replenished and non-replenished systems
  • Replenish with KODAK HC- 110
  • Developer Replenisher
  • For normal or push processing
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00009R7BD
  • Item model number: KOD1408988
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Concentrated liquid developer for rapid development of most black-and-white films. Particularly suited for scientific, technical, commercial, industrial, and press photography. Negative quality is similar to that produced with Kodak Developer D-76 but with shorter development times. Highly active. Extremely versatile; easy-to-use liquid concentrate. Can be used in both replenished and non-replenished systems.For use in: small or large tanks, trays, rotary tubes, rack and tanksKeeping Properties Stock, liquid concentrate solution, or Dilution A in closed container (full)-6 months; 2 months in a half full containerDilution B in a closed container (full)-3 months; 1 month in a half full containerUseful Capacity (unreplenished): Dilution A (tray); 20-8x10 sheets per gal (5 per L)Dilution A (tank); 40-8x10 sheets per gal (10 per L) useful capacity can be increased by replenishmentDilution B (tray); 40-8x10 sheets per gal (10 per L)Dilution B (tank); 20-8x10 sheets per gal (5 per L) useful capacity can be increased by replenishment

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Crowley on April 11, 2010
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If I had only one developer, HC110 would be it. Consistent, and it has a very long shelf life, doesn't fog, mixes easily, even works in monobaths. Great stuff.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ciaran TOP 100 REVIEWER on March 23, 2012
After years of using D-76, I decided to branch out after reading a paper comparing these two developers.

PROS
- A tad sharper than D-76 processing
- Finer grain structure possible
- Easy to do single tanks using a syringe
- Long shelf-life for a liquid developer
- Dilutes to twice the comparable D-76 solution

CONS
- Less forgiving in the darkroom (not for beginners)
- D76 has better tonal range

This is definitely a more advanced developer, and I would not recommend it for the beginner in the darkroom. That said, if you are comfortable in the darkroom you should be able to switch over to this without any problems. It is definitely superior both in image sharpness and grain structure as well as convenience of use, however in my experience D76 is more forgiving, especially with images with a high dynamic range. Overall, this is a fine developer which produces excellent results and I highly recommend it!
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By Kintatsu on March 3, 2013
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Kodak HC-110 is one of the best developers out there! I use this at Dilution H for 4x5 and MF film. By varying dilutions, dfiierent results and values in the negative can be obtained.

I highly recommend this!
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HC-110 is a thick treacle like sirup. Undiluted its shelf life is great. No need to use distilled water for the developing. It is worth getting a small oral syringe to measure the amount carefully into the required water.

Solution B is the a great starting point and there are lots of resources on the web to help with the individual timings that are needed. Personally I use the unofficial solution H for roller developing. Ansel Adams used HC-110 dilution G (syrup 1:119) as a compensating developer to increase shadow detail without blocking highlights.

Bottom line, great developer, long shelf life, can use a water stop bath, and good results.
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