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Ilford ILFOSOL 3 500ml

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Liquid concentrate film developer | Fine grain and optimal sharpness | Particularly suited to medium speed films | Suitable for spiral tanks, dishes, trays and rotary processors
₹ 789
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

ILFORD ILFOSOL 3 is a liquid concentrate film developer. Formulated to exploit the full potential of conventional black & white film emulsions, it delivers fine grain and optimal sharpness with full film speed.

Suitable for beginners and advanced users alike, this economical film developer is perfect for developing small quantities of black & white films with ease and convenience.  ILFOSOL 3 is particularly suited to developing medium speed films such as FP4 PLUS and DELTA 100 PROFESSIONAL.

Supplied as a concentrate in economical 500ml bottles, ILFOSOL 3 is typically diluted as a ratio of 1:9 for one shot use. However, for greater economy, it can also be used with many films at a higher dilution of 1:14 with only a small trade off in image quality.

Description

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

ILFORD ILFOSOL 3 is a liquid concentrate film developer. Formulated to exploit the full potential of conventional black & white film emulsions, it delivers fine grain and optimal sharpness with full film speed.

Suitable for beginners and advanced users alike, this economical film developer is perfect for developing small quantities of black & white films with ease and convenience.  ILFOSOL 3 is particularly suited to developing medium speed films such as FP4 PLUS and DELTA 100 PROFESSIONAL.

Supplied as a concentrate in economical 500ml bottles, ILFOSOL 3 is typically diluted as a ratio of 1:9 for one shot use. However, for greater economy, it can also be used with many films at a higher dilution of 1:14 with only a small trade off in image quality.