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  1. Thread: 4x10

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    Re: 4x10

    Any color work?


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    Re: 4x10

    Dedicated doesnít means designed for it, one of the uses of Ďnativeí an adjective. I guess I spent enough time around code. LOL

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    Ancesters? If you meant Ďancestorsí then most...
  3. Thread: 4x10

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    4x10

    I remember trying a cut 2X5 with a 4x5 camera.

    Nowadays Iím happy enough with the 4x10 camera.

    Shooting mostly aerial. Probably a pain in the enlarger but it scans beautifully in the drum.

    I...
  4. Thread: 4x10

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    Re: 4x10

    Thatís a wonderful image!


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  5. Thread: 4x10

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    4x10

    I love the format.

    I wonder how many members are shooting in this format. The idea is to share resources, film, etc.


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  6. Re: Schneider Super Symmar 80mm XL status question.

    Interesting. I own one and the glass seems quite clear. The box reads 80-0002 so perhaps thereíre more than one version.

    Trying to focus fully open is a pain so I use it at 5.6


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    Heidelberg tango drum scanner

    The weight and size of that scanner should be considered. You can transport any Howtek in a Yaris. If I understand correctly thatís not the case of many other scanners. You may have to pay for a...
  8. Re: Pyrocat-HD vs MC Vs. Rollo Pyro / ABC+ for use in Jobo

    I donít remember where I read a good starting point was sqtr(2), ie 1.4142.


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  9. Re: Color seperation filter used in Drum Scanners

    Wider dynamic range I agree but I feel E6 registers blues cleaner than C-41, IMHO.


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  10. Re: Color seperation filter used in Drum Scanners

    I must be way drunk (or blind). I canít remember anything in the c41/ra4 space close to a well developed kodachrome/e-6 when it comes to color accuracy.


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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Thatís it! :) At least the way I see it.
    If you get the setup back in place try with the candle lighted. It should be a tricky exposure and compensation for light temperature and spectral response...
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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Unsolicited question. Did you consider cropping a little from the left?


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    Ross London Extra Rapid No.2a C.de.V. 17XXX

    While looking for information about this lens I noticed a different format in the engraving order. Perhaps other forum members that are familiar with Ross know if this was a common practice. Both...
  14. Aztek 8000 Premier, orange/yellow cast near image edge + scan lines

    Trust me, I do not need to post in your thread. Actually, I donít think you would find another idiot like me, who had such a curiosity in those scanners to purchase each model and Iím kind of...
  15. Aztek 8000 Premier, orange/yellow cast near image edge + scan lines

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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    Thanks to all for the posts but it seems like somebody carved the FAQ in stone. I found a thread on the same subject here:...
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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    Just to make it clear, I have nothing against smaller formats, which I like as much as any other. It's the discrepancy between the criteria stated in the FAQ and the sorting of the images in the...
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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    Sure. As I mentioned earlier in the thread, the use of the term "sheet film" should be replaced by "material or medium".

    Also making sure all the images from the digital backs marketed as 4x5 are...
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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    Agree with the approach but if I am reading it correctly, it does not match the FAQ. Here's a copy and paste:

    ...Commonly accepted definitions base large format photography on 4"x5" and larger...
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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    It's in the FAQ. It was a moderator the one who suggested to check the forum FAQ for the LF definition in the thread "May 2016 portraits".
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    Re: LF definition used by the forum

    Agree. I do not know why the FAQ limits the media to "sheet film". IMHO, it should be open to any material and/or medium capable of capturing an image of certain size regardless of technology. I also...
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    LF definition used by the forum

    I am trying to understand the logic behind what is considered or not LF in this forum, according to the FAQ.

    If I read it correctly:
    - Direct positives, regardless the size, are not considered LF...
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    Re: May 2016 portraits

    Nice portrait! Very likely a Graflex with a 405 adapter.
    Please ignore the comments about what size is considered LF. After all the images out of a 4x5 holder are also 3.x by 4.x. To me anything...
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    Re: Fuji Astia 100f - Need Advice

    Astia did the job as intended, good skin tones and low contrast. But IMHO, E100G was/is a better balanced and overall film.
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    Re: Howtek utilities question

    Just remembered another source, the drum itself. Although the dimensions of the drum for the 4500 is similar to the 8000/Premier, the drums are not interchangeable without modifications. The one for...
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    Re: Howtek utilities question

    My pleasure. Scan as much as you can. That's the best way to test it. And you are right. The problem seems more related to connections than anything else.

    Thinking about reducing vibrations. Make...
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    Re: Howtek utilities question

    Remember to keep all the cables entering in the controllers (VDC, VDD, etc.) properly bundled. Not a fan of tie-wraps for this task. I think velcro does a safer job. The idea is to minimize any...
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    Howtek utilities question

    Perhaps when you removed the optical box you also moved the connector with issues feeding the HV.
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    Re: Howtek utilities question

    The only part you have to be careful is the junction of the white cable to the connector itself. So always grab the connector to plug and unplug it, never by the cable. Same thing with ground.
  35. Re: JOBO COLOR THERMOMETER 3321; any experiences?

    You will always have more control if you use the room temperature, if possible.
  36. Re: Drum Scanners: Upgrade from Howtek 4500 to Heidelberg Tango?

    Sure. Here's one from a Howtek scanner using Silverfast's target. 8K dpi native. No adjustments of any kind, of course.

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    Same image interpolated to 11K dpi, for comparison purpose only. ...
  37. Re: Drum Scanners: Upgrade from Howtek 4500 to Heidelberg Tango?

    If I am reading this correctly the resolution is not even 4000 dpi. But I don't think the issue here is the target. I would double-check the focus using pieces of 1 mil overlays.

    In any case, if...
  38. Re: JOBO COLOR THERMOMETER 3321; any experiences?

    Actually, I think, one of these copies of 3321 is mercury-free. I guess the one with the dark, big blue tip.

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    If I...
  39. Re: JOBO COLOR THERMOMETER 3321; any experiences?

    Not sure why you need the extra accuracy for B&W development. What kind of setup are you using?
  40. Re: Drum Scanners: Upgrade from Howtek 4500 to Heidelberg Tango?

    It seems a little worse. Any samples with the scanner?
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