CineStill Film 2 Bath Chems

Did you know CineStill film makes a special 2 step bath for developing color film? Because I didn’t and it looks pretty darn cool. My kit arrived not long ago and I’m fixing to try it out. In the mean time, here’s the details from their site along with a link. FP

Process ANY color negative film at home is easy with these 2 simple liquid chemistry mixtures. No special equipment needed!

This item is classified as ORM-D. Due to shipping regulations these items can only be shipped via Ground in the Continental United States. Free shipping on film orders over $75 does not apply to chemicals since they ship separately. ORM-D items cannot be shipped to PO boxes. (Currently ships within 1-3 weeks)

Processing your own color film doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive! This liquid chemical, two bath processing kit can be used at a variety of temperatures with the same equipment you already process your black and white film with at home. No darkroom or automated processor required! 

Features: 

  • For processing any color negative (C-41) film
  • Easy to mix liquid chemicals to make 1 quart (just combine 3 parts with water)
  • 2 bath kit (just like most black and white processing)
  • No special processor needed (use standard processing tanks and reels)
  • Flexible processing temperatures
  • Quick reference card for processing times
  • Push/Pull processing instructions included 
  • Reusable Developer and Blix for up to 24 rolls of film
  • Process up to 10 rolls at a time
  • Instructions for machine processors and hand processing included
  • Long lasting shelf life with 3 part Developer and Blix mixtures
  • “Stabilizer” rinse aid included
  • Fully archival
  • Affordable!

If you already process your own black and white film, with this kit, there is no reason you can’t process your own color negative film at home as well! With this simplified 2 bath process, you can have beautifully developed and fixed color negatives, ready to scan or print. All you need is water, a thermometer and any simple tank and reel system!

Author: JefPrice

Former this & that. Exploring & Photographing since I was 11. Founder of FieldPhotographer.org

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