Consumer motion picture ECN-2 film developer kits from QWD Lab: info and Q&A

Consumer motion picture ECN-2 film developer kits from QWD Lab: info and Q&A

Earlier this week Philadelphia-based QWD Lab released a brand new film developer kit made specifically for small-scale development of motion picture film at home in its native ECN-2 process. The new kit, dubbed simply the “QWD ECN-2 Kit”, comes in powder form (just add water) and will process at least 15 rolls of 35mm/36 exposure, or 65mm/120 format equivalent motion picture film such as Kodak’s VISION3 250D, 200T, 50D and 500T, older VISION stocks as well as Fuji Eterna films.

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Earlier this week Philadelphia-based QWD Lab released a brand new film developer kit made specifically for small-scale development of motion picture film at home in its native ECN-2 process. The new kit, dubbed simply the “QWD ECN-2 Kit”, comes in powder form (just add water) and will process at least 15 rolls of 35mm/36 exposure, or 65mm/120 format equivalent motion picture film such as Kodak’s VISION3 250D, 200T, 50D and 500T, older VISION stocks as well as Fuji Eterna films.
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