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Kodak D-76 Developer Powder, B and W Film 1 Gallon

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- Required for making fresh working developer solution from KODAK SELECTOMAT Developer Replenisher
- Can also be used with KODAK XTOL Developer in a replenished system
- 1 quart

Now here comes the first caveat, the smallest package size mixes to 5 liters, not the standard quart or gallon mix like most other Kodak developers. No metric vs non metric discussions here but in the US most photographic chemical containers are still supplied in only these two sizes, so mixing up 5 liters and having only quart containers or 1 gallon is irritating. Be prepared in advance for the extra. If you are a long time user of Xtol you may remember it was originally offered in a 1 liter package. I loved that size, but many users reported sudden rapid failure before use-exhaustion and short storage times. One day it works great and the next not at all. The problem seemed to trace to two problems, first the small packaging for the liter did not keep out air and humidity out. I do remember some of the powder was clumped together at times. The second reason was Xtol was performing poorly at higher dilution like 1:2 and 1:3. This was probably due more
to water quality than anything. The convenience to use tap water is a big deal for most of us so we mixed with water directly from the tap. Kodak no longer offers anything smaller than a 5 liter mix and no longer publishes any dilution higher than 1:1. I still use 1:3 if I have just made fresh stock, and never dilute to working dilutions from used stock. If you are having inconsistencies with Xtol check your water source, this developer is more sensitive to iron, chlorine and hard water.

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The Kodak Selectomat Developer Starter for Black and White Paper makes 1 quart of fresh working developer solution. Can also be used with KODAK XTOL Developer in a replenished system.

Now here comes the first caveat, the smallest package size mixes to 5 liters, not the standard quart or gallon mix like most other Kodak developers. No metric vs non metric discussions here but in the US most photographic chemical containers are still supplied in only these two sizes, so mixing up 5 liters and having only quart containers or 1 gallon is irritating. Be prepared in advance for the extra. If you are a long time user of Xtol you may remember it was originally offered in a 1 liter package. I loved that size, but many users reported sudden rapid failure before use-exhaustion and short storage times. One day it works great and the next not at all. The problem seemed to trace to two problems, first the small packaging for the liter did not keep out air and humidity out. I do remember some of the powder was clumped together at times. The second reason was Xtol was performing poorly at higher dilution like 1:2 and 1:3. This was probably due more
to water quality than anything. The convenience to use tap water is a big deal for most of us so we mixed with water directly from the tap. Kodak no longer offers anything smaller than a 5 liter mix and no longer publishes any dilution higher than 1:1. I still use 1:3 if I have just made fresh stock, and never dilute to working dilutions from used stock. If you are having inconsistencies with Xtol check your water source, this developer is more sensitive to iron, chlorine and hard water.