saved for silver recovery.
down through the center of the reels until it is about 1/2
the same temperature the film was processed) so a
minutes. When you use a rapid roll-film washer, again,
adjust the water temperature and place the reels
containing the processed film into the washer. Adjust the
rate of water flow until the reels start to turn. When the
reels start to turn, adjust the rate of water flow until the
reels stop turning. Set the timer and wash the film for
about 5 minutes.
with water (check the temperature) and add the wetting
agent. After the film has been washed, place the film,
still on the reels, into the wetting agent solution. Replace
the tank cover and cap and agitate the film in the wetting
the reel as you slowly lower the reel.
reel. Squeegee the film and attach a second film clip to
the lower end of the film. Close the drying cabinet door
processed. The photographer's data sheet will provide
you with information on how the film was shot, lighting
conditions, and specific processing instructions. When
processing equipment: tanks, reels, hangers,
thermometers, funnels, and so forth, in clean, warm
water. Place the clean equipment where it can dry before
it is needed for the next processing run. Always keep the
processing room shipshape.
made. However, by using the reversal process, you can
produce a positive image directly on the
developer that contains a silver halide solvent. This
developer dissolves some of the excess silver halides.
remaining are chemically "exposed" (fogged) and
developed by a second developer that provides the
Panchromatic Film 5246 (35mm), T-max 100 Direct
Positive Film, and Kodak Technical Pan Films (35mm).
Instructions for reversal processing of these films can
be found in the Photo-Lab-Index.
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