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 Metol 3 grams Sodium...

EWL Formula 14

Glycin carbonate formula for slow tank development. IngredientQuantity Sodium sulphite anhydrous15grams Sodium carbonate anhydrous60grams Glycin15grams Water to make1liter Mix chemicals in order. 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 Sodium sulphite anhydrous80grams Glycin25grams Tri-sodium phosphate monohydrate120grams Potassium bromide3grams Water to make1liter Mix chemicals in order. 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 Sodium sulphite anhydrous100grams Potassium carbonate150grams Chlorhydroquinone50grams Water to make1liter Mix chemicals in order. 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 Solution A Water 0.5 liters Sodium bisulfite12.5grams Gradol*4.5grams Hydroquinone4grams Solution B...