The developer from any C-41 kit, from any company, should give good results with any color-negative, movie film. For those who want to mix from scratch, here are some formulas to try:
|Distilled water (105F)||800ml||500 ml|
|Potassium Carbonate (anhydrous)||37.5g||-|
|Sodium Sulfite||4.3g||4.2 g|
|Potassium Bromide||1.5g||1.5 g|
|Anti-fog #1 (0.2% solution)||-||20.0 ml|
|Sodium Carbonate||-||33.8 g|
|Hydroxylamine Sulfate (HAS)||2.0g||2.0 g|
|Kodak Anti-Cal #3||2.5g||-|
|Water to make||1000ml||1000 ml|
The pH of the solution is very important and must be 10.00 (+/- .03) at 80 degrees F. You may find that you have to vary the Carbonate +/- 50%.
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