Koreks Krokus Tank 800 - developing tank by PZO, Poland, 1992 - analog photography equipment
Koreks Krokus Tank 800 - developing tank by PZO, Poland, 1992 - analog photography equipment
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Koreks Krokus Tank 800 - developing tank by PZO, Poland, 1992 - analog photography equipment

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PZO
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99,00 zl
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Product description

Developing tank by PZO, Poland, 1992 with 2 spools (included!). 

With this developing tank you can develop
- one or two 135 (35mm) films or
- one or two film of type 120 if you will wind two 120 films on one spool (yes, yes!, you can do it very easy, read about it on my Guide to dark room)

Exact of amount of fluid needed for developing is displayed on the bottom of the tank. For one spool with 135 film - it needs 650ml. 

I'm the #KrokusTeam! I've developed more than 70 films since I'm back to analog photography and I must say, I didn't have ANY problems with loading film into Koreks Krokus Tank 800. Anyone who have those problems, please read hints I have from my Guide to dark room

Of course some photographer says Krokus Tank take too much liquid. In fact it does a bit more than other tanks but ... isn't a problem at all? It does no matter as the cost of developer or fixer are so small compared to (for example) film, so 100ml or even 200ml difference does not make any difference to me. 

Liquid leaks are another problem that has been rised by some analog photographers. In fact, rubber seals are weak point of Krokus Tank, especially in copies unused for years - but again, is this a big problem? Since seals never leak the light inside the tank (never heard of it!) isn't a big deal to use gloves and paper towels? :D

I have also bigger tank available: Koreks Krokus Tank 2000, for 5 spools but I'm using it very rarely. Most of the time I'm developing two rolls of 120 film wound on one spool, so smaller version is totaly fine for me.