ILFORD FILM Simplicity Film Starter Kit. ILFORD SIMPLICITY Starter Pack of photo chemical sachets for convenient, single-use film processing. Develops 2 x 35mm (135) film or 1 roll of 120 film in a 2-reel developing tank.</strong • Contains: film developer, stop bath, fixer and wetting agent. •
ILFORD SIMPLICITY Starter Pack of photo chemical sachets for convenient, single-use film processing. Develops 2 x 35mm (135) film or 1 roll of 120 film in a 2-reel developing tank.
• Contains: film developer, stop bath, fixer and wetting agent.
• Convenient, single-use sachets.
• Develops 2 x 35mm or 1 x 120 film.
• Designed for use in 2-reel, 600ml developing tanks.
The ILFORD SIMPLICITY Starter Pack contains all the photo chemicals you need to start processing your own black & white films. Each Starter Pack box contains: 1 x film developer, 1 x film stop bath, 1 x film fixer and 1 x film wetting agent in simple, single-use sachets.
Each sachet* contains the correct amount of photo chemicals to develop 2 rolls of 35mm (135) film or 1 roll of 120 film when using a 2-reel, 600ml developing tank. See ‘How to Use’ below.
ILFORD SIMPLICITY sachets contain ILFORD ILFOSOL 3 film developer, ILFORD ILFOSTOP stop bath, ILFORD RAPID FIXER and ILFORD ILFOTOL film wetting agent.
SIMPLICITY Film Developer, Film Stop Bath and Film Fixer are also available as single sachets and multi-packs of 5. SIMPLICITY Film Wetting Agent is available as single sachets.
How to Use ILFORD FILM Simplicity Film Starter Kit.
Simply pour the full contents of the dev, stop and fix sachets into separate measuring containers, dilute each one to 600ml with water at the correct temperature, stir to ensure they are mixed and then you are ready to use as part of the normal dev, stop, fix and wash sequence. At the end of the wash sequence add 2 cap-fulls of the wetting agent to the tank and give five inversions before removing the films.
ILFORD FILM Simplicity Film Starter Kit Demonstration Video.
*The SIMPLICITY Film Wetting Agent sachet can be used up to 8 times to develop 16 x 35mm or 8 x 120 films when used with a 600ml tank.