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Kodak Professional Photo Chemicals are back

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Analogue enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that Kodak has shown additional commitment to film photography, with the European reintroduction of its Professional Photo Chemicals range. This includes the acclaimed Black and White Chemistry line, Colour Negative and E-6 Chemistry. The first phase of the reintroduction focuses on the Black and White Chemistry line, featuring well-regarded products from the days of analogue photography processing such as Xtol, T-Max and D-76. These chemicals are specially designed to cater for an enormous variety of black & white photographic styles and subjects. The Colour Negative and E-6 Chemistry products are due to follow later in the year, broadening the range of chemicals catering for colour and black & white film processing.

Having been officially appointed the European distributor of these products, Dupli promises to make them available to various photography stores and professionals throughout the region.

Benro’s Mammoth tripod series just got bigger

compatible with any of Benro’s photo or video heads. Independently locking, three-stop adjustable legs promise robust support at low shooting angles and a choice of rubber or spiked feet further enhance stability outdoors. The carbon-fibre construction allows the

Benro has introduced three new models to its heavy-duty Mammoth tripod series aimed at landscape and wildlife photographers – the TMTH43C, TMTH33C and TMTH34C. These tripods boast a quick-levelling 75mm platform and versatile 3/8in thread that’s

2.25kg TMTH43C to support up to 25kg, while the 1.88kg TMTH33C and TMTH34C can hold up to 18kg. Additional features include built-in 3/8in threads for mounting accessories like mics, monitors or lights. Find out more at the Benro website.

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