- The ideal, complete kit for black and white film, 35mm and 120 format.
- Processes up to two 35mm films or a single 120 medium format at a time.
- No need for a dark room
- Simple and safe
- The whole kit fits in a medium size crate
Developing your film is the first stage in obtaining traditional photographic images, and creates the negatives. Sam & J's famous Film Developing Kit NUMBER TWO contains all the equipment, chemistry and protective gear you need to create these negatives.
With this luxuriously complete kit, you have everything you need to develop your own black and white film easily and safely.
Built around Paterson's classic universal tank and a large changing bag, with the added luxury of a film retriever, full range of quality specialised equipment including graduated cylinders and squeegee, chemical mixer and Air-evac storage bottles, this is the ideal kit for the best results with the greatest of ease.
No need for a dark room. The changing bag and developing tanks are light-proof so you can do this in the kitchen or the bathroom. The film retriever enables you start loading 35mm film onto the spiral before placing it in the dark bag thus allowing you to see what you are doing.
The whole kit is easy to carry and fits in a medium size box.
Can also process 126 and 127 formats.
For the second stage, the negatives need to be turned into positives: Either by scanning, or by printing. Click here for more info.
Please note this kit is for black and white film only.
- Paterson Universal film developing tank
- Large changing bag
- Chemistry for up to 12 rolls of film
- Paterson graduated cylinders
- Air-evac chemical storage bottles
- 2 sets of film clips: for drying 2 rolls of film at the same time
- Film retriever
- Paterson film squeegee,
- chemical mixing spatula
- PPE (Personal Protection Equipment): Gloves, aprons and goggles for safety.
Please note that the exact contents of the kit may vary from those shown in the photos. We will always ensure, however, that the kit is always complete and of similar quality.
Care must be taken to process your film safely. Film processing uses chemicals that are dangerous.
Children will require supervision.
Instructions must be followed, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) must be warn and adequate ventilation must be provided.
Keep separate from food preparation equipment and do not not use the same equipment for food preparation such as measuring jugs or mixing spoons.