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Thread: Tetenal 3-bath E6 kit and Velvia 100F sheets

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    Re: Tetenal 3-bath E6 kit and Velvia 100F sheets

    Hallo, sorry for my english...
    I'm going to e6 develope with tetenal 3 bath, today the first process develope.
    I've developed 2 dia sheet film (astia 100) but no good, there is a strong green tint.
    I've developed with a jobo cpe, and i read on the tetenal user manual: "for rotary machine increase temp to 39C and time to 7 min. In many posts i read for Fuji film slide increase time to 16% for 8.12 min total. This is correct?
    Thanks!

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    Lachlan 717
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    Re: Tetenal 3-bath E6 kit and Velvia 100F sheets

    Quote Originally Posted by mark blackman View Post
    A 5 litre kit of the 3 bath E6 costs me 55, sufficient to process 25 sheets of 5x4 (so 50p a sheet).
    Um, not in the world of mathematics.

    55/25 sheets = 2.20
    Lachlan.

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    Re: Tetenal 3-bath E6 kit and Velvia 100F sheets

    I routinely develop 4x5 provia and velvia in tetenal kits. Depending on conditions and requirements, I shoot quite a few sheets, but work with one later kits to keep everything as fresh as possible. I always het 36 sheets done with a struggle to get an additional 6 sheets at longer times. To be clear, I mix the chemicals and use them the same day in my jobo drums and tbe2. To prevent any issues, I now discard chemicals after 36 sheets and mix a new liter batch.

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