Ilford Simplicity Starter Pack

The Ilford Simplicity Starter Pack has all the chemistry you need to start developing your own black and white films. In each Starter Pack, you get 1 film developer, 1 stop bath, 1 fixer and 1 wetting agent. All of these come in simple, easy to use, single-use sachets.

You get enough developer, stop and fix in each sachet to develop 2 rolls of 35mm film or 1 roll of 120 film. They contain the correct amount of chemistry to mix up  600ml of working solution. Perfect to use with a Paterson Universal Tank with 2 Reels. When it comes to wetting agent, you get enough for 16 rolls of 35mm and 8 rolls of 120.

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Ilford Simplicity Starter Pack

The Ilford Simplicity Starter Pack has all the chemistry you need to start developing your own black and white films. In each Starter Pack, you get 1 film developer, 1 stop bath, 1 fixer and 1 wetting agent. All of these come in simple, easy to use, single-use sachets.

You get enough developer, stop and fix in each sachet to develop 2 rolls of 35mm film or 1 roll of 120 film. They contain the correct amount of chemistry to mix up  600ml of working solution. Perfect to use with a Paterson Universal Tank with 2 Reels. When it comes to wetting agent, you get enough for 16 rolls of 35mm and 8 rolls of 120.

These sachets are a good introduction to Ilford chemistry. The film developer is Ilford Ilfosol 3, stop is Ilford Ilfostop, fix is Ilford Rapid Fix and wetting agent is Ilford Ilfotol. All these chemicals can be bought separately either in Simplicity sachets or in larger quantities. Have a look at all our Black and White Film Developing Chemistry.

How to Use

Simply pour the full contents of the developer, stop and fix sachets into separate measuring containers. Dilute each one with water to make up 600ml.  Make sure you mix together thoroughly before use. That’s it! Now, they ready to use as part of the normal developer, stop, fix and wash sequence. At the end of the wash add 2 cap-fulls of the wetting agent to the tank. Give the tank five inversions, then remove the film and hang to dry.

You can read Ilford’s full instructions and their developing times in this Ilford Simplicity PDF.

Develop Black and White Film

If you would like to learn more about developing your own film, read our walkthrough: How To Develop Black And White Film. Then, if you are ready to start developing, have a look at our Black and White Developing Times to find the right time for your film.

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