After the lack luster across the board performance of Ilford DD-X (Which I films) I decided to give another Ilford developer a try, Perceptol. Ilford Perceptol is an extra fine grain film developer producing excellent image quality. Designed for use when very fine grain negatives are required but a. Ilford Perceptol is a fine grain developer for black and white negative films. Perceptol yields ultra-fine grain and excellent image quality. It is.
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Ilford Ilfotol 1l Content 1 Liter. Ready to ship today, Delivery time appr. There are real treasures in our warehouse. With Delta Next film on the list is Delta and I was even more impressed with the results. The Ilford rep on the Ilford user forum website reports that Perceptol is being made again thank God! Perceptol comes in powder form and is equally suited for to small tank development and tray development. If I use a developer like Perceptol full stregnth which you say causes a loss of speed then I would have to push my iso a stop and lerceptol increase developmet to get the best results correct?
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Ilford Perceptol fine grain film developer for 1l
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It would have to be appreciably finer grain to make it worth my while, given the reduction in the number of films it can develop. Archival sleeves and pockets Archival ring binders and photo books Archival accessories. Fuji Neopan Acros 35mm 36 exposures Content 1 piece. So what can you say about this developer like what are it’s strenghts, weakness, keeping properties, ect.
But the grain that is there is oh so pleasing. Ilford Perceptol fine grain film developer for 1l Safety data sheet 1 Safety data sheet 2 Data sheet. Rollei Supergrain ml Content 0. I read long ago some where on the net that Perceptol can be used like this: It’s best rated this all has probably been saidthen throw a filter on there, and then if you want any DOF.
Once mixed it’s best to use it fairly quickly. All times are GMT.
It’s still listed in Ilford’s range. Find all posts by Mike O’Pray. Enjoy the process Vishal Soniji camerafilmphoto “Enjoy the process” is the slogan of the Asian sales team, marketing analogue photography from Hong Kong. I think this developer is well known within the community and doesn’t need that much explanation. You can get some real bargains at a macodirect sale. Adox Peeceptol Developer ml for 3l Content 0.
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Exploring Ilford – Part 2 – Perceptol
We offer a broad range ilgord photographic chemicals of well known and specialized manufacturer. Clearfile PP negative sleeves 6 frames for Contrast, Sharp, and next to no grain. Shadows and bright detail were well caught, but without sacrificing contrast. Ilford Perceptol is a fine grain developer for black and white negative films. It is ideal for low-speed and medium-speed films.
Photo paper for every purpose: The Perceptol would be one shot then dis-guarded when used diluted. This means making a note of how many have been developed and using a calculator. Whether beginner, ambitious hobby photographer or professional, we have almost all the analogue films available on the market My observations are with Microdol-X and I’d expect Perceptol to behave similarly.
I was testing Crawley’s FX-2 at the same time, while comparing acutance developers.
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It is a motto which successfully describes why our customers make the effort to I use the stock solutions of ID11 and Microphen by increasing development time according to Ilford instructions, and this seems to work. Both beginners and professionals are well Find all posts by GoodOldNorm. Just remember to pour it slowly to avoid ilforv much dust. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Use I have been working in a university darkroom, and they had the cheapest materials imaginable.
At stock strength, grain size is incredibly small.