Sorry for the late reply. I have been looking for my notes, which are packed away somewhere at the moment. It's been about a year since I've processed anything, so from memory, it goes something like this:

All temperatures, were according to the press kit.

1) 2min wash.
2) 4min Sodium Sulphite solution for remjet removal.
3) 3min wash (a second, if it looks like there's still more remjet hanging around)
4) 5:30min developer
5) 3min Wash
6) 11min ish Blix
7) 6min Wash, fresh water per pass.
8) Two passes for stabilizer
9) Played with two passes of photo flo, due to persistently sticky film. It might work, but needs more testing.

I'm curious about the PB-2 formula you mentioned.


Herb



On 05.09.2014 18:09, Roger Wilson wrote:
Hi folks,

I was wondering if anyone on this list has some times for processing
kodak colour negative 16mm film in a Morse G3 tank using Jobo C-41
Press Kit? This is what I have been doing and find the contrast to be
lower then I had expected. I process 100' rolls.

FIRST RUN THROUGH PB-2 FORMULA TO REMOVE REMJET - 4 minutes: equaling
4 passes - temp- 38 Celsius
RINSE WITH WATER 5 MINUTES: equaling 6 passes using fresh water per
pass - temp- 38 Celsius
DEVELOPER: 7 minutes equaling 7 passes - temp- 38 Celsius
2ND RINSE: 6 minutes equaling 8 passes using fresh water per pass -
temp- 38 Celsius
BLIX: 12 minutes equaling 12 passes - temp- 38 Celsius
FINAL RINSE: 16 minutes over 16 passes using fresh water per pass -
temp- 38 Celsius
STABILIZER: 4 minutes equaling 4 passes - room temperature
HANG FILM TO DRY:

Thanks folks!

Roger D. Wilson
Film Scientist
613 324 - 7504
rogerdwil...@sympatico.ca
http://www.rogerdwilson.ca [1]

Without failure you can never achieve success. I have based my process
and my career as an experimental film artist on this statement; and I
welcome it as it pushes me forward as an artist to try something
different, something new.

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