01420 560066 / M-F 8:30-17:30One of the largest stockists of photographic and imaging accessories in Europe
01420 560066 Order/enquiries: Monday-Friday 08:30-17:30

Basket 0 ITEMS

Sub-Total: £0

Discounts: £0

Carriage Total: £0

Grand Total: £0

FREE 3-4 Day Delivery to most UK Mainland addresses for orders over £100: Next Working Day only £5.99

Paterson/Ilford Film Processing Starter Kit

Paterson/Ilford Film Processing Starter Ki
  • Paterson/Ilford Film Processing Starter Ki
  • Paterson/Ilford Film Processing Starter Ki
  • Code: PTDEV3
    Stock Expected
    £79.00

    AVAILABLE END JULY

    A one box solution for anyone new to film photography, this film developing kit includes all the equipment and chemistry needed to process 2 x 35mm or 1 x 120 roll films, saving ££s over buying the separate items. It has a Paterson Universal Film Tank with 2 reels, and Ilford Simplicity Film Pro cessing Starter Pack, three measuring cylinders for chemicals, a thermometer, film cassette opener, 2 sets of film clips, and full instructions for use. PTP574

    More Information

    • Everything required to process 2 rolls of 35mm film, including the chemicals.

    • Processing your own film is straightforward and rewarding, and made even easier thanks to Ilford Simplicity chemicals which are pre-measured to make up 600ml of working solution - quick and straightforward for the first time user.

    • Important! You will need a light tight room, darkroom or changing bag to load the film into the tank

    • Kit contains:
      1 x Ilford 35mm Film Cassette Opener
      1 x Ilford Simplicity Film Starter Pack (containing developer, stop bath, fixer and wetting agent)
      1 x Paterson Universal Film Tank
      2 x Paterson Super System 4 Reels
      3 x Paterson 600ml Graduates
      1 x Paterson Thermometer
      1 x Paterson Stirrer
      2 x Paterson Set of 2 Film Clips

    • N.B. If you have some knowledge of how to develop a film, the original Paterson Film Processing Kit (PTDEV1) with our Film Developing Bundle chemicals saves a few ££s and will process more films.