Maintains processor chemistry at appropriate volume.
Includes deep racks and crossover assemblies
Removes unexposed silver halide crystals from the film.
Typical darkroom safelight filter.
Removes processing chemicals from the film.
Converts exposed silver halide crystals into black metallic silver.
Agitates darkroom chemicals and keeps them at proper temperature.
Maintains processor chemistry at proper strength.
Eliminates the need for a true "wet reading."
_____________ temperature is critical and is typically ____ degrees F.
Processor _________________ is a general layer of gray added to the film density due to too much development.
An __________________ is an unwanted density on the image that can obscure anatomy.
Under low humidity conditions, ______________ electricity can cause tree-like film artifacts.
____________ are partial moon shaped densities caused by improper film handling.
_____________ occur every 3.14 inches and are due to a dirty or defective processor roller.
Polyester plastic film base is tinted ________________ to reduce eyestrain.
Automatic film processing is faster than manual processing and gives more consistent results.
Darkroom walls should be painted black to avoid reflected light from exposing film.