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    Re: New Ilford film came unsealed

    That is a very silly trend among many mail order companies. But I’ve never experienced breakage due to it so maybe they know sometimes don’t know.
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    Re: New Ilford film came unsealed

    No tape at all, or tape broken? Inner bag sealed?

    No matter, is likely not accept it.
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    Re: Return to Cyanotype

    Very nice. Love it!
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    You must be new around here. Ha ha ha.
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    Re: Fujinon SF lens Question

    I’m fairly sure they were originally sold with both. But since one could be on the lens while the other is stored — somewhere — that is likely why one is generally missing.
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    Re: Fujinon SF lens Question

    200493
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    Re: Fujinon SF lens Question

    Check your mail...
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    Re: Fujinon SF lens Question

    Kevin. I have the instructions for the 250SF. Those are f stops. I’ll email instructions to you tonight. If I forget, please remind me.
  9. Thread: Shutter CLA

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    Re: Shutter CLA

    Well... if the home remedy worked then go shoot some pictures. If it starts acting up and you want reliability then consider a professional overhaul.
  10. Re: Paul Caponigro in Carmel, CA for lecture on February 8, 2020, 3-5 pm

    My, what a great opportunity!
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    Re: Filters for B&W

    Did you look at the B+W filter catalogue that Doremus provided a link? That or the Hoya or the Tiffen catalogue... and innumerable web sites show examples of the impact of contrast filters. Plus...
  12. Re: What is the difference between Type 54 and Type 55 Polaroid?

    Most folks probably used it for proofing. I know I’m not alone in using Polaroid as a final product. Oh how I miss it...
  13. Re: What is the difference between Type 54 and Type 55 Polaroid?

    No problem.

    I never shot much T-55 but think I remember having to coat the positive. The negative was processed in Sodium Sulfate, washed and dried... but no other treatment required. But my...
  14. Re: What is the difference between Type 54 and Type 55 Polaroid?

    I understand. Finding old Polaroid information has become very challenging!

    Some of the old B&W prints were not stable and oxidized after development. A tube with a fluid-soaked swab was provided...
  15. Re: What is the difference between Type 54 and Type 55 Polaroid?

    http://www.polaristen.de/fileadmin/polaristen/images/Datenblaetter/polaroid_sheet_films.pdf

    Page 2, sweetheart.
  16. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    Like.
  17. Re: Advice regarding lens choice. Fuji vs Rodenstock

    You Might not see huge differences between the various “modern” lenses. There are always some who do... I figure it depends on how observant or analytical one wants, or needs, to get. For portraits,...
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    Re: Ansel Adam's books...what version??

    Buy!
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    Re: Ansel Adam's books...what version??

    Yes, the “new” series with grey cover. Get “The Print” also.

    Happy reading.
  20. Re: Access to classified sections for new members

    Now that’s perspective!
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    Re: Ilford FP4 Plus 125 developing help

    Yay!
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    Re: Ilford FP4 Plus 125 developing help

    Let’s not, V. I was looking for that thread to cite but couldn’t find it. Maybe it is better as a vague memory. Ha ha ha.
  23. Re: Is it worth it to use the Speed Graphic handheld from time to time?

    I completely understand “the money concern”. LF is expensive!
  24. Re: Is it worth it to use the Speed Graphic handheld from time to time?

    I’m with Dan Fromm on this question, except my rangefinders are accurate enough. :)

    But every time this issue comes up there is the claim of”waste of film”. What does that mean? In who’s opinion?...
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    Re: Ilford FP4 Plus 125 developing help

    The Ilford chemistry is 1 PLUS/AND 19 and 1 PLUS/AND 4.
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    Re: Incident Metering Question

    With. 758, hold up the incident done in “representative light” and note the recommendation.

    Then, spot the highlight, memorized, spot the shadow, memorize, and AVG.

    Compute the difference. It...
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    Re: Incident Metering Question

    What JP said.

    It probably would be just as good taking a general coverage reflected reading.

    But help us help you... which MF film?
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    Re: Lens for color

    Those focal lengths work okay as stated bit often too sharp for effective (or sometimes even “acceptable”) portraits. Gentlemen might not always mind that kind of rendition but women almost never do....
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    Re: Graflex Pacemaker Speed Flash Sync

    Which edition do you have? I have 1968 and agree it’s the best guide available. I had a 1973 edition that no longer had LF but had a very instructive aerial photography section. Not sure what...
  30. Re: Thoughts on Schneider Xenar f/4.7 135mm as replacement lens for Pacemaker Speed G

    I’m not sure that after 30 or so years of using an Optar that I know about any “characteristic glow” or “shine” or “bleed out”. It was and still is a very capable lens.

    Using other lenses is...
  31. Re: How to take apart a film pack to use as single sheets

    In addition, something to know is the thickness. I helical pack films are much thinner than sheet film.
  32. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    ... or an Aston Martin. :)
  33. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    Yes, of course. The operative word I was using and, perhaps, should have visually emphasized... inexpensive.

    I’m not alone in having plenty of LF camera/film but not a single digital back/camera...
  34. Re: Likely Very Naive Question, sheet film then scan to produce a digital print.

    ... or another... habit.
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    I can’t believe that you just said it... and in writing. Yes, why?

    Only reason I could propose is to utilize the perspective controls of a view camera and to benefit from the relative inexpensive...
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    Re: Lens for color

    That and a softar... perfect combo!
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    Re: F stop markings on lens board

    I always learn something interesting from you, Bob. :)
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    Re: F stop markings on lens board

    This is what I seem to be recalling. Link for illustrative purposes only.
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    Re: Lens for color

    I don’t think it can or will... nor did I say or imply that it would/could... but sometimes there’s a psychology of belief that is in play....

    I’ve quite successfully shot color with a B&L Rapid...
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    Re: Lens for color

    What Bryan and Bernice said...

    But buy an apo lens if you really think that will improve your images.
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