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  1. Re: Question for Durst L1200 Users: Mask under Adaptor Plate for Femoneg

    Doesn't removing it create a light leak?

    Mine's left in all the time.

    Mike
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    Re: Hello from Texas

    Welcome to the forum from the Highlands of Scotland.

    Mike
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    Re: Filtering for a deep red filter

    If he turned up in mine, he'd probably pass away again from laughter!

    Mike
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    Re: Warming filter for Lee 100 holder

    Drop them an email and ask about shipping to Belgium?

    They ship worldwide, so will know what you should expect.

    Mike
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    Re: Warming filter for Lee 100 holder

    Patrick,

    Have a look at: https://www.ffordes.com/p/SH-18-020386/lee-system/100x100-warm-81b

    Mike
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    Re: Filtering for a deep red filter

    Wouldn't that be an EI of 12, not 25 for three stops from 100?

    My B&W 25 measures 2⅔ stops.

    Mike
  7. Re: Is a Durst Laborator 1200 with a VLS 501 head a usable enlarger?

    It had better be usable.....i have two of them !

    Fantastic enlargers and spares aren't too bad in Europe.

    Mike
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    Re: Sekonic L778 light meter whistle

    My L758DR does the same when you use the backlight.

    Mike
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    Re: Question: What is this?

    Looks like balsam separation between the elements.

    Very little you can do about it.

    Mike
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    Re: Hiya from Scotland

    Welcome Tomas.......from another Scot!

    Mike
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    Re: tripod thread issues

    I went for a T-nut on my Kodak Specialist when the tripod bush started to slip out after fitting a QR plate.

    Now, the QR plate screws directly into the T-nut, so the tighter i make it, the more...
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    See posts 7 & 8, looks like it's a US-only service at the moment.

    Mike
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    Re: Kodak D-76 8x10 in Expert drum

    Surely developer exhaustion would be related to the image density?

    If you are trying to calculate number of sheets processed before exhaustion is reached, you are likely to be disappointed by the...
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    Re: Hello From Brighton UK

    Welcome Jerry, your name is a blast from the past!

    Mike
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    Re: Sam Haskins Photography

    I remember Sam from my formative days in photography.

    If my memory serves, he advertised Pentax 35mm SLR's like the LX.....at least in the UK.

    He was a regular contributor to several magazines...
  16. Re: Legend of The Ghost Technika - The Linhof Technika Medizin

    Wow, very interesting and brings me a new level of appreciation for my MT2000.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Mike
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    Re: Can someone identify this focusing accessory?

    Likewise.....i got one too because it seemed like a good idea, but in practice it's next to useless!

    You're constantly moving back and forth trying to keep focus on the screen......better off with...
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    Re: Rollei Infrared 400

    Unfortunately, i've suffered from the sheet film being oversized to the point where several sheets from the box would not fit my holders.

    I aim for an EI of 6 with a Hoya R72, about 6 stops off of...
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    Re: Paterson Orbital - lost base, what can I do?

    Yes, I heat the tray on a tray heater to keep the temp just above 20deg C

    Mike
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    Re: Paterson Orbital - lost base, what can I do?

    I use mine for both 5x4 and 5x7 and get perfect results.

    If you put enough water in the tray, the Orbital floats and that allows for easy rocking motions for agitation.

    Mike
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    Re: Hello from Manchester UK

    Welcome Steve.

    You're right, equipment choices in the UK are more limited than in the US, but keeping an eye out and patience will get you what you need.

    There are dealers in the UK that can...
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    Re: Paterson Orbital - lost base, what can I do?

    I don't use the base for my Orbital at all.

    I sit the whole thing in a 10x12 tray of water at 22 ˚C and it floats nicely and allows for rocking to agitate.

    I used the small self-adhesive...
  23. Re: Electrical diagram of the Durst UT 100 dryer

    If nothing works, suspect the power supply to the switches. If the elements heat up and the fan doesn't turn, the fan may be seized.

    It's a relatively simple design so it may be safer to leave it...
  24. Re: JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

    I've removed the motor several times from my CPA-2.

    Remove the four large barrel nuts holding the housing to the water tray. Remove the electric plug from the wall. Pull the four rotary knobs...
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    Re: Framing and focusing in a breeze

    Probably cheaper than the Linhof accessory :cool:

    Mike
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    Re: Framing and focusing in a breeze

    Linhof manufactured a bag bellows-style attachment with a magnifying glass in the centre to allow the ground glass to be viewed without a focussing cloth.

    It attached in place of the flip-up...
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    Re: Wide angle lens hood?

    Yep, i use a French Flag. The arm is provided by Ebony and you can use either the ground-glass protector or the dark slide.

    It attaches to an accessory shoe on either the front or rear standard.
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    Re: Framing and focusing in a breeze

    Have a look at the Paramo focussing cloth.

    It's elasticated at one end, but opens up (or closes down) with a zip and poppers.

    It's made of waterproof material too:...
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    Re: linhof tecknica 4x5 serial number 6455236

    Another vote for CustomBellows.

    They have provided bellows for both of my Linhofs and i believe they make the OEM bellows.

    Mike
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    Re: Hello from the Uk

    Welcome from Northwest Scotland!

    Mike
  31. Re: Any Suggestions/Recommendations For A Lighter Field 4X5 Camera?

    You could try Ffordes.com up in Beauly (or down in Beauly for me) :-)

    WRT the OP, I have a TK45 perfectly complimented with an MT2000.

    Downside of the Technika is the limitation on wide...
  32. Re: How are Camera Bellows UK bellows holding up over time???

    Good to hear Steve....you won't be disappointed!

    Mike
  33. Re: How are Camera Bellows UK bellows holding up over time???

    I've had their bellows on both my Technika 2000 and my TK45 for around 11 years now and they are still like new. They flex and fold just as well as the originals and i believe they may have actually...
  34. Thread: Dark cloth

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    Re: Dark cloth

    I'd suggest looking at the Paramo dark cloth designed by Joe Cornish and David Ward (both well known and respected photographers in the UK) which is sold at the Linhof Studio store.
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  35. Thread: Shutter repair

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    Re: Shutter repair

    Check out brake and clutch cleaning fluid from the auto store.......it has a similar effect to tri-chlor, but much less dangerous.

    Mike
  36. Re: Lens storage and carry - stupid but practical question

    Lenses kept on panels with the caps on in fishing reel cases, two lenses to each case.

    Aperture wide open, preview open, shutter uncocked and no cable release attached.

    Mike
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    Re: Maintaining 68 with tankless water heater

    I use a tankless water heater which is fine for running water at 20 ˚C in summer, but because the incoming water is around 5 ˚C in winter, the heater struggles to heat the water enough when it comes...
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    Re: the thread for Kodak XTOL quality control issues

    If they had explained what the problem is/was, then it'd make it easier to trust them going forward.

    Mike
  39. Re: Any tips for home brew developers for the TMax films?

    Another vote for Pyrocat HD, though D-23 at 1+1 was a good option too.

    Mike
  40. Re: Arca swiss quick release solution for master technika

    The hexagonal Manfrotto quick release plates have small grub screws around the plate that can be used to stop twisting.

    I find it frustrating to try and secure any plate to the bottom of my MT or...
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