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Old 17th February 2019, 12:46 PM
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Question Blue stain on negatives when using Portra 800, Rolleiflex c-41 kit

Hi, I've been developing at home using a jobo CPE2 rotary developer, Portra 800 C-41 colour negative films exposed correctly with a Canon EOS 5/1V and the Rolleiflex C-41 kit, mixed to 470ml for Kipp/inversion.

I've been developing at 38 degrees Celsius and using the fastest time specified for each of the chemicals, 3m15, 4m20, 3m, 1m. This worked fine with the tetenal kit.

However, the rolleiflex kit has been leaving my negatives with peculiar blue stains (pics related). Any advice? Thanks.







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