Ilford FP4 Plus + Ilfosol S. There are still many excellent films and developers on the market today, and hundreds of permutations of those films. Ilfosol-3 Film Developer is an enhanced, one-shot updated version of Ilford’s Ilfosol-S. It has been created to suit the needs of photographers who prefer to use . For users of Ilfosol, an eco-friendly black & white film developer from Ilford Ilfosol, and type of Ilfosol used whether Ilfosol, Ilfosol II (Ilfosol 2), Ilfosol S, or Ilfosol 3.
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It has been created to suit the needs of photographers who prefer to use slower speed films such as Pan-F, FP4 Plus and Delta Professional. This is a fine grain and ultra sharp developer when used with films processed at full speed.
However, you may use it at a 1: It is supplied as a concentrate in economical ml bottles and is diluted typically at a ratio of 1: Not recommended when using re-use techniques or replenishment systems. In Stock Update Location close. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Order in the next 0: Rated 4 out of 5 by RNCotton from Well rounded developer with smooth tone Ilfosol-3 has become my go-to developer.
I have used it with Tmax, Tri-x, Pan-X, and several off-brand films. I use ‘The Massive Development Chart’ to get times for this developer with different films. I dilute at 1: I routinely push Tmax 2 stops and the results are outstanding, even on Mix only what you need to use right then.
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Ilford Ilfosol-3 Film Developer for Black and White Film
Honestly, I’ve stored the concentrate for 6 months after initial opening and it’s still spot-on. Rated 5 out of 5 by Vincent from Ilfosol-3 at 68 deg is perfect for FP4 I’ve avoided using Ilfosol-3 because the bottle and spec sheet give only the developing time llfosol FP-4 at 75 deg F, and I can’t be maintaining one chemical at 75 deg, and the others at 68 deg.
I don’t know why Ilford makes things so difficult. I am very pleased with this product. This is the only developer that I’ve used, so far. Ilfoosl heard a lot of people say that it’s not good for faster film or pushing film. I don’t believe that at all. I’ve had nothing but solid results. I push my HP5 to on a regular basis, and the results are great.
Great results every time. I use ml of solution for my mm and ml of solution for my 35mm.
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This means I can get 12 rolls of film and 20 rolls of 35mm out of every bottle. For this price, that’s hard to beat.
I’ve included some photos for reference Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by William from Very good developer I have read that some say this developer has a short shelf life in a partial bottle ilffosol may be, but I broke it down into several 2 oz brown glass bottles to prolong the life Date published: Rated 5 out ilcosol 5 by Anonymous from Stable and convenient Ilford’s liquid concentrate allows me to mix up one roll at a time at room temperature and develop immediately; the concentrate will stay usable for weeks after opening.
A better solution all ilfosll than powders. One ml bottle is good for about 10 rolls of film. Rated 5 out of 5 by Spencer P. I have only used this once so far. I did this and found that I’ll have to reduce the time further as the negatives came out a little olfosol contrasty.
This isn’t fault of the developer, I’m new at large format and just have to get more experience working with the Ilford line of products. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mat from Great for everything It’s very versatile.
It can push HP5 to as well as develop slow speed film with excellent sharpness. Works with great with most of Ilford’s films. Rated 5 out of 5 by Geoff from Perfect for slower Ilford films I like Ilfosol as a developer, although it’s only recommended for the slower films, and not for push processing.
I use it with Panf50 and FP4 and the results are really nice. I also develop with Ilford’s DD-X and although that is more flexible I prefer the results when using Ilfosol so I always have a bottle for when I’m using slower film.
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Give it a go, personally I think Panf50 and Ilfosol is about the nicest combination Ilford produce. Be the first to review this item. See any errors on this page?