Focal Universal MQ

An all-around developer for negatives and positives, producing brilliant contrast. By varying the dilution, it may be used for dish or tank development. Recommended for all general work as a good single solution developer. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order....

EWL Formula 14

Glycin carbonate formula for slow tank development. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Sodium sulphite anhydrous15grams Sodium carbonate anhydrous60grams Glycin15grams Water to make1liter Dilute 3:29 and develop 35—60 minutes at 18.5°C. This developer produces...

EWL Formula 13

Glycin and tri-sodium phosphate developer for films and papers. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Sodium sulphite anhydrous80grams Glycin25grams Tri-sodium phosphate monohydrate120grams Potassium bromide3grams Water to make1liter For tray dilute 1:4 and...

EWL Formula 10

Chlorhydroquinone alone is not often used as a negative developer, but the following formula gives good results. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Sodium sulphite anhydrous100grams Potassium carbonate150grams Chlorhydroquinone50grams Water to make1liter For...

EWL Formula 9

An aminophenol-type developer which gives results similar to metol-hydroquinone but which can he used by some who are subject to metol poisoning. IngredientQuantity Mix chemicals in order. Solution A Water 0.5 liters Sodium bisulfite12.5grams Gradol*4.5grams...