LatelyI have been developing film. Its total cost with shipping and everything was about 22 dollars. You have to understand this isnota professional way of doing things although you can get great results. This is for a small hobby not for developing hundreds of rolls, and is only in Black and White.
Step 1: Tools and Materials
Here is what you need:
Chemicals: Kodak T-Max Developer and Fixer.
List of ingredients: Vinegar, rubbing alchohol, and water
Materials: Measuring cups, Timer, Storage Bottles (labels, charts, and mixing ratio on the bottle are very helpful), Wire, a Completely Darked out room, Binder clips, Pillows and blankets to put under door and block out light, Bottle opener, Small plastic tube from a pen, Roll of tape (for a weight), Film reels for developing (choose appropriate size for the mm of film you are using, and a Container large enough to hold the film reel and has a water tight lid
Tools: Plyers, and Scissors