Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/06/04

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Subject: [Leica] FA-1027 Developer
From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Fri Jun 4 20:03:52 2004

On 6/3/04 6:23 PM, "Feli di Giorgio" <> wrote:

> Has anyone tried this, yet?
> Feli
> FA-1027 is a brand new, highly concentrated, high acutance film
> developer, that performs beautifully with all black and white films. It
> is a liquid which dilutes either 1:9 or 1:14. Among it?s characteristics
> are:
>     *  The ability to produce an optimum negative with any black and
>       white film, whether standard ?random grain? (HP-5, FP-4, Pan ?F,
>       Tri-X, etc), or ?fabricated grain? or ?T-Grain? (Ilford Delta
>            100, Kodak T-Max, Agfa Acros). You get the same, full
>          information negative, only the development times change.

Without some clue as to what's in it let alone the formula it's like selling
medicine out of the back of a wagon. It could BE anything and DO anything we
just have to wait till the rumors come in.

At the bottom they say they'll send you a data sheet but you've got to call
them on the phone. And what info will be in the data sheet? And why not tell
us now? Or at least let us click to get it?

Mark Rabiner
Portland Oregon


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