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Develop Color film in Kodak D76



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Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-02-22


AGFACOLOR


Bought a second-hand camera and it hade a exopsed roll of film in it.
It was loaded a AGFA HDC Plus color film.
Got curious to see these pictures but diden´t want so spend the money to develop this properly, so I give this a try to use this in a black and white developer.
I have tried this ones befor but diden´t get any good results.

For this roll I used Kodak D76 1+1 in 26°c (79f) 9min and agitate every minut.

The results are a fogged black and white image with allot of grain.
AGFACOLOR

I have read that this fogging have about the same color as safelight in a darkroom so you can´t use this for darkroom copying.

AGFACOLOR
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But works okey if you use a scanner.



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