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Self processing of color negative films in home photo laboratories
is rebounding in popularity. Due to increasing demand Compard,
manufacturer of the DIGIBASE C-41 CHEMISTRY, has developed special
chemistry sets in close cooperation with international photographers.
These sets are especially designed for beginners to facilitate self
processing of color negative films, amateur photographers with medium
scale film usage, semiprofessional photographers and small to medium
scale professional laboratories.PROCESSES 20-24 ROLLS OF COLOR NEGATIVE FILM (35MM OR 120MM)
The DIGIBASE C-41 color photo chemistry set is characterized by the
â€¢ Color chemistry of highest quality, based on C-41 standard process.
â€¢ Economical and more environment-friendly â€“ due to the alternative of
using single components.
â€¢ User-friendly package sizes.
â€¢ Unique modular system: There are kits available for the development
of 10, 20 or 50 films.
â€¢ Due to the optimized package sizes full depletion and the maximum
utilization of the chemistry within the shelf-life is possible. Extremely long shelf-life of the liquid concentrates. The various
disadvantages of powder chemistry are avoided.
â€¢ Even with smaller film quantities very good economy.
â€¢ Exceptional attractive price performance ratio.
â€¢ Due to the standardization of the C-41 system the DIGIBASE C-41 color
chemistry can be supplemented without any problems with the C-41
chemistry of other manufacturers.
â€¢ The DIGIBASE C41 packaging is derived from specialized packagings for
professional extensive use.
â€¢ For the first time DIGIBASE C-41 color chemistry enables the
photographer to use lower process temperatures.
This facilitates the processing of color films, particularly in the
private home laboratory.
â€¢ The DIGIBASE C-41 color chemistry is usable for creative processes
like "cross development", the development of reversal films in C-41
chemistry. In this cross process the color and contrast changes are
affected by omitting and/or increasing of the starter quantities to