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Ansco 64 Rapid Metol Hydroquinone Tropical Film Developer

This is a clean-working developer of particular value for rapid development or development at high temperatures.       Hot Water (125F or 52C) 750 ml Metol 2.5…

Ansco 70 Hydroquinone Caustic Film Developer

This developer is recommended for Process film used in reproduction work.       Solution 1 Hot Water (125F or 52C) 750 ml Hydroquinone 25 g Potassium Metabisulfite…

Ansco 72 Glycin Film Developer

This clean-working formula is recommended for use with commercial films in reproduction work when a comparatively low maximum denisty is desired. It is also suitable for development of…

Ansco 79 Paraformaldehyde Film Developer

This is a standard formula recommended for development of Reprolith and Reprolith Ortho Films.       Water (Not over 90F or 32C) 2 L Sodium Sulfite, anhydrous…

Ansco 81 Repolith Film Developer

Formula 81 provides a single-solution developer of excellent keeping quality for the development of Reprolith Film.       Hot Water (125F or 52C) 750 ml Hydroquinone 35…

Ansco 90 High-Contrast M-H Tray Film Developer

This developer has been particularly designed for use with Commercial and Process films to produce negatives of brilliant contrast.       Hot Water (125F or 52C) 750…

Ansco 103 Paper Developer

This formula is recommended as a developer for Convira and Speedex papers when cold, blue-black tones are desired. ( Ed note – at posting, these papers are no…

Ansco 110 Direct Brown-Black Photographic Paper Developer

Beautiful warm tones may be obtained with this developer on both contact and projection papers. (Ed note – developers don’t generally cause tone shifts with modern papers as…

Ansco 113 Amidol Photographic Paper Developer

This formula must be mixed fresh each time, and it is recommended only for small lots of prints.       Amidol 6.6 g Sodium Sulfite, anhydrous 44…

Ansco 115 Glycin Hydroquinone Photographic Paper Developer

This is a warm-tone developer suitable for Cykon, Cykora, Indiatone, Brovira and similar papers.       Hot Water (125F or 52C) 750 ml Sodium Sulfite, anhydrous 90…