bmxal04 asked: You have probably been asked this 15-20 times already, but I can't find it on your page. What do you use to scan your film? I recently have decided to develop my own film and I've head a lot of "scanning" it with a macro lens and just reverting it. Also, i see that you use unicolor, any reason to use that one over tetnal?
I use an Epson Perfection V700 film scanner which can accommodate 35mm to 8x10 negatives, but only includes holders for 35m negatives and slides, 1/220 medium format, and 4x5 inch large format. Since I mostly shoot the latter two, this has worked out for me. There are some after market film holders that have the reputation of being less flimsy than the included ones and do a better job of holding film flat, but I have not used them… yet.
I used the Tetenal C-41 kit for a long time, but it became increasingly difficult to find (new hazardous material shipping laws). The powdered Jobo and Unicolor kits are easy to find, much less expensive, ship readily, and in my opinion, just as good a developing system. They also store for a very long time and travel well. They were originally designed as “press kits” for the field.