A month ago, i just discover diafine products. As a curious, i decided to give a try. On the paper (o let's say on the web), diafine seems the ideal solution for me. Why ? Just because:
- I don't shoot so often
- Nowadays, i essentially do street
- A roll can stay for two weeks in my camera before to get burned completely
- Usually during a roll:
- I will start it in daylight
- I will want to finish on the streets by night.
- I have one camera always with me.
And, so, why diafine ? Diafine is a two bath developer. Bath A and bath B, that's it. From what i have understood, diafine seems very tolerant, and very easy to use.
So i bought a box, luckily found in one of the last photographic shop of my region which supply darkroom equipment).
Then, i just give a look on the internet and found some very useful information:
- Diafine a b&w developer from Tim Layton. Thanks to him !
- The technical file of Diafine & Acufine (which come from the same manufacturer)
I will be back very soon with my first test. Let's see what will come out of it.
Note: After looking at the box, i realize that i have two containers to make one quart each. So, for people like me, who are not use with quart and others measurements, here it is the conversion :
1 quart = 0.946 Liter
See you soon for the test !
If you know about diafine, you are warmly welcome to get it touch with me.
All the best