Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank

The Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank will process both black and white and colour films. So, this is a system that will suit all your needs.

In use, the Multi-Reel 3 takes up to three 35mm films or two 120 films.

Please note: this tank does not include any reels.

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Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank

The Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank will process both black and white and colour films. So, this is a system that will suit all your needs. In use, the Multi-Reel 3 takes up to three 35mm films, two 120 films or six sheets of 4×5 in a MOD54 film sheet holder.

This is a particularly good option if you shoot both 35mm and 120 films as you can develop up to three rolls at the same time. Also, this is the only size tank that will fit the MOD54 insert. The Paterson developing tank system is simple to load, fast to fill and easy to clean. It has a large diameter one-piece lid and funnel which clips into place positively and securely. This will enable the tank to be filled and emptied quickly. If you take the effort to maintain the tank it will last a lifetime.

Bear in mind the Paterson Multi-Reel 3 Developing Tank does not come with reels. If you have reels from another Paterson Tank, such as the Universal Developing Tank,  you can use those in the Multi-Reel 3. Otherwise, you can buy additional reels here.

In the box, you will find 1 Paterson Multi-Reel Tank, 1 Central Column, 1 Funnel Lid, 1 Agitator and 1 Cap.

 

Film Developing Kit

The Paterson 3 Reel Tank is a good addition to your kit if you want to process more than one 120 roll or you develop your own sheet film. If you already have the Paterson Film Processing Kit you’ll have two reels included. If you want the full home film developing kit then have a look at our Film Processing Bundles. Everything you need in one bundle. Along with the Paterson Kit, they come with a Paterson Changing Bagchemical storage bottles, and, with the C41 Kit, a Paterson Colour Thermometer.

 

Develop Your Own Film

If you would like to learn more about developing your own film, you should read our guides How To Develop Black And White Film and How To Develop Colour Film. Both guides will walk you through each step of developing film at home.

Also, check out How To Develop Film At Home for a list of everything you’ll need. How To Prepare Film Developing Chemistry will explain how to get your chemicals ready for processing. Once you’re ready to go, find your Black And White Film Developing Times.

You can explore further and look at How To Stand Develop Film and Pushing and Pulling Film.

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