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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Spax fasteners, from Fasteners, I love these things. Nice photos took :)
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    Re: Fujimoto Repair Thread

    Did you send them the entire unit or just the control board?
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Great work!
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    Re: FPP super c-41 kit missing fixer

    Ah good point about a universal fixer. I have a cube of Fuji Uni-something, works for C-41 and E-6. The dilution is different, stronger for C-41, I think.
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    Re: FPP super c-41 kit missing fixer

    Any fixer will work. I've had to substitute Kodak rapid fixer in a pinch. I've had the fixer part of RA4 blix go bad, mixed Kodak rapid fixer and mixed with the bleach portion, no biggie.
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    Re: Cheap 4X5 Cameras are Everywhere

    My Crown Graphics (2) have seen more action than my other 4x5 stuff. I use them with the rangefinder, hand held.
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    Re: Cheap 4X5 Cameras are Everywhere

    I bought 2 of the Sinar P2 cameras, then I bought a bunch of lens boards, all from UsedPhotoPro. I couldn't believe that I could have one of these machines. I've always used a couple Calumet CC-4xx...
  8. Re: Shutters for Kodak Ektar 7.5 inch f4.5 lens?

    That's a nice shutter, I have used Kodak film cleaner as solvent, lube all in one. Great shutter.
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    Re: Central Camera, Chicago

    Road Trip!
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    Re: Vacuum Frame Question

    That's pretty neat. No glass definitely would help with UV
  11. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    My bike has a motor hub, works fine. Front and rear disc brakes, ordinary cables, no hydraulic stuff. I don't let myself get going very fast going downhill, if the brakes would fail I would attain...
  12. Re: Doran Enterprises TC-750 temperature control

    PS after I used one of these for years, I figured out that button was the conductivity probe. Tap water or your finger will work to close detection circuit :rolleyes:
    It's not up to the latest...
  13. Re: Doran Enterprises TC-750 temperature control

    I've used these for years. They work great. There is a little device on the top that has a conductivity detector that is designed to prevent it from heating without water. Requires tap water. They...
  14. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    Meant to say my bike made in China,....not Taiwan. Spell check evil
  15. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    That's cool. I bet my China, not Taiwan, made bike weights 70 lbs. I have a sweet old Cannondale 3.0 aluminum mountain bike, I wouldn't consider electrification, but an Ebike with same low weight...
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    Re: Ebike?

    Are the frames Cr-Mo steel, Aluminum? I have a RadRover, it's a bit like a Hummer. I worry about brake failure. Between me and the bike it's over 300 lbs. I start declines at 5 mph. The cargo version...
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    Re: Ebike?

    Wow, that's a high end model, sweet! Looks like you are still rocking Readyloads. I should have filled a freezer with these too.
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    Re: Katherine Hepburn negatives - which film?

    The Golden Age of cinema, or maybe more to the point, A golden age of cinema. Can you imagine a portrait studio with 20 ft ceilings, massive hot lights on booms, makeup artists 8x10 Super XX. Massive...
  19. Re: How many color-based folks are still out there

    The current Ektar 100 is a joy to print. I don't think I shot any of the 25. Last couple years I sort of "re-discovered" Ektar, I shot a lot of Portra. I've been using Fuji CA since Kodak quit...
  20. Re: How many color-based folks are still out there

    Fuji Crystal Archive paper is available in cut sheets 8x10 up to 20x24. It's a very nice consumer grade of paper. Gives me excellent results, it's so thin it's tricky to handle in larger sizes. I'm a...
  21. Re: How many color-based folks are still out there

    I still run E6, C41 and color prints. I do almost zero large format color.
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    Re: Darkroom Sink Slope & Drain?

    I had a plastic Rubbermaid wash pan for a sink with a garden hose for the drain, luxurious corrugated cardboard walls. I had the sexiest darkroom of anyone else in 9th grade.

    My Arkay sink was...
  23. Re: Darkroom available in Madison, Wisconsin USA

    This looks amazing. Madison is an amazing place to be.
  24. Thread: Ebike?

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    Re: Ebike?

    We have a bunch of workers getting ready to run fiber network, one of the guys told me my Ebike was "BAD" that made my day.
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    Re: Darkroom Sink Slope & Drain?

    I have 2 lovely sinks that I have scrounged over the last 30 years. One is a Kreonite fiberglass litho sink 8 '. The neatest thing is a trough in the back to empty trays and tanks. Still has a drain...
  26. Re: B&W Film Completely Blank After Processing

    This is the beauty of analog film is one can start all over. Fresh chemistry, distilled water, fresh film etc. Go step by step and no worries.

    I went through a similar situation where for some...
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    Re: Bench vs Freestanding Enlargers

    I get by just fine. I have limited space, no room for a monster.
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    Re: Bench vs Freestanding Enlargers

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    My 8x10 and 5x7 Zone VI model 2 mounted on wall, a couple feet above concrete floor, no ambient vibrations works for me. I crank them up out of the way as I use a couple bench mounted Beseler...
  29. Re: How to tell the difference between Zone VI model I and model II enlargers?

    Model 1 has a single focusing column, model 2 has twin focusing columns. They have different lens boards too. Model 2 has a round perfectly flat lens board with 3 slotted mounting holes and 3 tiny...
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    Re: Urge of ULF Panorama

    I love the "extentricity" of combining the wizardry of chemistry and the art of Large format (the biggest I can go is 11x14). It's so darn fun doing something that most can't comprehend. I've been...
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    Re: Urge of ULF Panorama

    My friend has a "baby" process camera, 16x20. Vacuum back would require building on a truck bed, including a light tight room for changing film. I parted on a camera that took at least 36x48" film. I...
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    Re: How Many LF Formats Do You Use/Own?

    4x5, 5x7, 8x10, 11x14 inches. I have a basic 6x17 cm Fujica, not really large format but.....
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    Re: Greetings from marseille !

    Welcome.
  34. Re: Jobo ATL-1000 program selection switch help needed!

    Hello Marcos, I don't know how to help. Look at Jobo-usa.com there's a manual for your machine. Catlabs is the USA agent for Jobo, they may be able to answer your question.
    Best Regards Mike
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    Re: 5-liter Graduates for Mixing Chemistry

    I've scored some of these gems on Ebay over the years. The biggest I have is 4 liter. I've checked a couple and the graduations are quite accurate. These are beautiful, immortal.
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    Re: Central Camera, Chicago

    This is how I remember the place. Candy store.
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    Re: 5-liter Graduates for Mixing Chemistry

    I refuse to use Amazon, so I had my wife buy these for me. :rolleyes:
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  38. Re: LED enlarger head for B&W -- question in passing

    If I outlive my dichro/cold light heads I will take up golf :o

    Anything else that requires computer etc. I'm running away. Always can make contact prints

    I hope this works out as the beautiful...
  39. Re: LED enlarger head for B&W -- question in passing

    For 4x5 and smaller films I use a Beseler 45 Universal head. Closed loop, 3 halogen lamps on the VC version, green and blue dichro filters, and a clear filter. Blue and green are for VC paper, clear...
  40. Re: LED enlarger head for B&W -- question in passing

    Compact disc diffraction grating. Brilliant idea.

    Wouldn't using a combination of green and/or blue LEDs be easier.???

    Best Mike
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