Kodak D-76 Film Developer is a powdered, fine grain black and white film developer. Ideal for use with a wide range of black and white films.
This is a developer that will give you excellent results with all films. Incredibly versatile, it is ideal where a wide range of films and film speeds have been used. It ensures the best balance of fine grain, sharpness and tonal rendition. Producing negatives which allow for a high degree of enlargement.
This is the absolute classic - the most frequently purchased developer in the world. In the post-war western world, most fotojournalists developed their films in D76. In the east, people used F19, and in England the Ilford ID11. All of these developers are based on the D76 recipe from Kodak. If you ask any US photographer what "their" developer is, most will give an answer and then hang a "...or D76" on the end.
Very universal developer. Easy to use and it gives good results with all B/W films. It gives a little more contrast than the Atomal 49, but also shows more grain. Tri-X or Classicpan 200 in D76 give you "the look" of the golden era of B/W photojournalism.