* Defender 6, Foma
FV3, Forte FD20, Foton N12, are the same formula as
D76/ID-11, Agfa 19 has bromide added
to the stock solution. May & Baker 320
is similar but unpublished.
** D76 Kodak Australia, packaging indicates
4.5% Hydroquinone, 4.6& Dorax and 1.8% Boric Acid
*** Ilford Patent - Reference developer -
this is likely to be the commercial version of ID-11
D76a was published in the BJP 26th Oct 1934
D76 (Windisch) Hans Windisch gives this
version of D76 in his books - The New Photo School (English
1938) and Die Neu Foto Schule (German
DK76 Kodak also advocated replacing the
Borax in D76 and it's replenisher with an equal quanity of
Sodium Metaborate (Kodalk). Ansco/GAF did
similar with Ansco 17M
Eastman Kodak Research -Fine Grain Developer published
1927, A.P., and 1928 BJP Almanac as Avoirdupois weights etc,
it's not stated whether the Fl Oz are US or UK, see H76 (D76H).
DK76, D76F, DK76F etc - Kodak published alternative
formulae for D76 in the late 1930's with recommended development
times for increased Borak and also using Sodium Metaborate (Kodalk)
instead, times were given for, 2, 5, 10 & 20 g/litre.
D25 R is the replenisher for D23 and D25
# D76h should not be confused with the none official
which is better called H76, proposed to Bill
Troop by Grant Haist, is a slight variant of the 1927
Eastman Kodak Research Fine Grain developer.
*** Ansco 17 is also known as Agfa
17 in Ansco/GAF Formulary. The German Agfa/Orwo
equivalent is Agfa/Orwo 44
ILFORD "FINE GRAIN PQ" VARIATIONS:
## FG PQ 1 is the original Kendall ID-11 PQ variation
published in 1954
FG PQ 2 Axford & Kendall "PQ Fine
Grain" (commercial developer), Replenishers: Ra
- for Topping up, Rb for Bleed System.
FG PQ 3 Two part Powder variation of FG PQ
2, Part A contains the Phenidone, Hydroquinone, Boric Acid,
Bromide and Metabisulphite, Part B the Sulphite & Borax
& 3.5g Sodium tripolyphosphate.
FG PQ 1 & 2 may be the liquid & powder
formulae for Ilford Autophen, this was a professional
PQ photo-finishing developer available commercially in bulk