ACUFINE FILM DEVELOPER

All the chems are soo easy to get and I mix them when I need them. Share This Page Tweet. The differences should be more apparent then. I will finally try something other than my old beloved D after using that pretty much exclusively since or so. Just in case if you are still in the mood to try other things. On the other side, Acufine is probably close to XTol in results from what I have seen. It’s not a great shot as I was just testing my extension tubes and a ring flash. The Acufine is really easy to use JDM.

Different day, but same time of day, same film, same camera. The acutance is just stunning. Tone wise, the d shots are more pleasing. I’m just surprised at such a big difference the two developers make on the finished negative. Unfortunately this is the sort of subtle difference that is very hard to see in the WWW versions. But something is missing, besides the usual grain that I see. Just in case if you are still in the mood to try other things.

JDMvWJun 1, Yesterday I tried some Acufine for the second time, and the results were realy sharp. It’s over 2 months develooper now and has been sitting in our home on many days where it’s been way over 88 degrees because sometimes I forgot to put on the AC when I leave. I will finally try something other than my old beloved D after using that pretty much exclusively since or so.

FilmDev | Recipes & dev times using Developer Acufine Diafine

You’re comparing Buicks to Hondas. Yep, I blew the focus in the last shot, but I still like it, and it definitely has a Tri-X look.

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You posted mf images and it gets hard to tell with these small resolutions. It is very cheap as well.

Recipes & dev times using Developer Acufine Diafine

If it was my only developer, it would not be an issue. The acutance is just stunning. D76 has always been a good developer, just not a great one for me. Maybe T-Max isn’t exactly it.

I developdr the film, then pour it back into my bottle. I think tone wise, the acufine is nicer. I normally shoot Tri-X, developed in D Nothing like it looked in real life.

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Maybe FP-4 or Acros. In the end, I will have to make enlargements in the darkroom before deciding what to do. Tone wise, the d shots are more pleasing.

The differences should be more apparent then. Different day, but same time of day, same film, same camera. You must log in or sign up to reply here. I did a snip test before using it, and the film turned black in just a couple of minutes, so it’s still going strong. Anyway, here’s four shots in Acufine, followed by three shots in D I like the Acufine photos, I think, but they are so different than what I usually see from the Kodak developer, I’m not sure I want to do this again.

Here is a on tmy. I’m just surprised at such a big difference the two developers make on the finished negative. But something is missing, besides the usual grain that I see.

Acufine Has Turned My Tri-X Shots Into T-Max!

All the chems are soo easy to get and I mix them when I need them. It works real well. I am beginning to suspect that it may be for occasions when you know that you mis-metered the roll and want to avoid big ugly grain on underexposed shots. On the other side, Acufine is probably close to XTol in results from what I have seen.

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I wonder if they will print noticeably different?

However, I will hasten to add that I think this is a personal choice, and no one is “right”. Share This Page Tweet. I need to get some fresh developer, maybe gasp! Showing a photo of a very contrasty subject may make the neg look really swell but if you shoot a “soft” subject the neg may be soft.

The Acufine is really easy to use JDM. Just some rambling thoughts Unfortunately this is the sort of subtle difference that is very hard to see in the WWW versions. Your name or email address: That’s a good idea on the 35mm Peter, but I sold all of that and just shoot MF now. Just in case if you are still in the mood to try other things. For a real test you need to shoot one roll of film of the same subject in the same way and develop half in D and the other in Acufine.

It’s not a great shot as I was just testing my extension tubes and a ring flash.

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