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Formula for bw film developing
Old 01-31-2017   #1
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Formula for bw film developing

I have concentrate, film developer no longer made...\\

I saved the label and apparently misplaced it, so need you help...

Product: Alta Zonal Pro Film Developer

Need copy of label or ratios for 35mm/120

Suggest processing temp, time etc.

I could guess, as I think most developers are similar, but some require more agitation and other s are none at all...exposed film is important enough to ask.

Appreciarte it.
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If it's the Alta Zonal Pro GAMMA PLUS film developer, there are many entries in the Massive Film Dev Database

(http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart...ch&TempUnits=C
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If it's the Alta Zonal Pro GAMMA PLUS film developer, there are many entries in the Massive Film Dev Database

(http://www.digitaltruth.com/devchart...ch&TempUnits=C
Much thanks! Was unaware Alta and Adox were related.

I was looking for copy of oriig Gamma label, to review its directions...
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