AGO is launching on 3. October 2023

on IndieGoGo!


Make film developing enjoyable creative experience​

for only 375€

The future of film developing at home

AGO is an affordable film processor that makes you enjoy your next film developing process.


AGO autonomously agitates your films, reminds you when to change chemicals, stores programs for different film-developer combinations and compensates time according to temperature changes. The device is compatible with Paterson Super System 4 development tank system, so you only have to buy one small device to elevate your current setup.

AGO is equipped with a temperature sensor and clever algorithm which adjusts time according to the temperature of the liquid you poured into it. This is done throughout the process. At a moment Its compatible with B&W and C-41 chemistry.


For instance C-41 processing is no longer so temperature sensitive — you just need to make sure that chemical temperature is between 30 to 38°C.


Easy to use user interface enables to modify developing times, agitation parameters and you can choose if you want time compensation or not.



It also tells you when and which chemicals to change so you don’t pour in the wrong one.

Paterson Super System 4 tank compatibility enables you to choose a tank size that suits your needs. You can process up to 8 rolls of 35mm film in one go!


AGO turns Paterson tank to rotary processor  which saves up to 60% of chemicals depending on the tank size. While it is also possible to use in vertical configuration, but then without time compensation.


When can I start developing my films with AGO?

Pre-ordering ends in 30.08.2023!

Sign up today & get an exclusive opportunity to buy it at an introductory price:

AGO has currently beta sales campaign,  with the aim to make it better together with the community. In autumn 2023 there will be a crowdfunding campaign. 


Look also our Blog where you can see how this product has been developed so far. 

And YouTube channel

“The results were great. And the development time correction worked like a charm. Film came out great.”  


 -Martin Murusalu


“The results are good. The negative is uniform, neither too dark nor too light.”


-Rauno Kalda


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