Kodak EM 4489 film
Coated on a sheet film .007" polyester base. Dimensionally stable and low-outgassing. Fine grain, blue sensitivity, slow speed emulsion. Use safelight filters No. 1A, OA or OC and Kodak Developer D-19. The SO-163 film is twice as fast as 4489 and this makes the SO-163 slightly grainier and with less contrast. Most biologists prefer 4489 and material scientists prefer the SO-163. Internal packing is 5 x 50 sheets.
|P044||Kodak EM film 4489||3 1/4" x 4"||250/box|
|P050||Kodak EM film 4489||6.5 x 9cm||250/box|
|P632||Kodak SO-163 film||3 1/4" x 4"||250/box|
Recommend to store frozen, which slows film's aging to insignificance; therefore the expiry date is of no concern. Leave frozen film to warm overnight before opening.
Chemicals for these films (GBX Developer/Replenisher and Fixer/Replenisher) can be obtained from Australian Photo Supplies, ph 1800 619 319; website www.apspl.com.au. (They have high minimum orders, so share with other labs.)
Note: Film use, with the common use of digital TEM cameras has dropped. We buy these films on indent only and delivery will be 2 weeks.
|Code||Title||Size||Pack Size||Availability||Price||Updated: 08-08-2022|
|P044||Kodak EM 4489 film||8.3 x 10.2cm (3in x 4in)||box/250||2 weeks||$1,893.00 AUD|
|P050||Kodak EM 4489 film||7 x 7cm||Box/100||2 weeks||$559.00 AUD|