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  1. Re: Lee Filters - anyone using these or Cokin et al squares?

    I have both round and the square (Cokin - not glass). My brain insists that glass is better even though I can’t tell the difference in prints. And so, I go back and forth between systems - I use the...
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    Re: Change of fixer

    I was thinking that if you had been using water as a stop bath, you would need to increase the time + agitation. From what you are saying, the choice of stop bath doesn’t seem to be at fault. It may...
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    Re: My New Darkrrom

    Once upon a time I work in a darkroom painted black - it was not pleasant and judging print quality was problematic. When I became its caretaker, I painted it flat white and flat grey right above...
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    Re: Change of fixer

    Exasperating is right.

    Consider how you are stopping development (water, acidic stop bath, etc.) as this step will influence the result of the fixing action.
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    Re: Hass Intellifaucets are tough!

    I was thinking of getting a back-up Intellifaucet (a D250) for the University darkroom and decided not to; it's been working flawlessly for well over 20 years. Last year I bought a K250 for my own...
  6. Re: 5x7 inch Developing Reel for Jobo 2500 Series Tank

    Good to know. Thank you.
    I was thinking of getting for use in the JOBO ATL-1500, which used 2500 Series Tanks.
  7. 5x7 inch Developing Reel for Jobo 2500 Series Tank

    I have seen (on the auction site) a couple of 5x7 inch film developing reels for the Jobo 2500 Series Tanks; they look like knock-offs of the 8x10 Reel made by CatLabs.
    Anyone have any experience...
  8. Re: Help with Durst Ce 1000 Taunobox 450 mixing box

    Check with Glennview in Chicago. He may not have the parts on hand but might be able to source them. He provided (had it made) the drive gear for my Durst Pro.
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Like I said, "I finally got it!".
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Good grief!

    I used to enjoy the conversations about the items on sale because some of the items were unknown to me - almost always (almost!) learned something new. No big deal, I guess.

    I have...
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    Re: Best enlarger you have used

    My order of preference for reliability, ease of use, quality-build (from personal use):

    1. Durst
    2. LPL
    3. Beseler

    I have never worked with a DeVere, which has a great reputation. I have...
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    Re: Alignment workflow (architechture)

    The Ebisu Card Levels are quite good.
    Th carpentry levels I have (not cheap ones, not super expensive) have not been as reliable; I only trust one of them at this point; the rest are for making...
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    Re: Xtol - Distilled vs Filtered water

    I have a problem with it - I recycle. BTW: Making your own distilled water uses quite a bit of electricity and most power plants are not very environmentally friendly.

    A note on New York City...
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    Re: Xtol - Distilled vs Filtered water

    I have such a unit (small, tabletop); creates a lot of heat and takes several hours to produce a gallon of distilled water. All supermarkets near me carry distilled water and that has become my...
  15. Re: Any Clayton chemical customers here?

    I use their odorless stop bath and fixer. I like the convenience of liquid chemistry: mix the amount you need when you need it.
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    Re: Oriental paper scarcity

    In both the email and voice message, I told them that we (University Dept.) were looking to buy 20 100 sheet boxes of 8x10 and I forget how many of the 11x14.

    Freestyle does not list Oriental...
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    Re: Oriental paper scarcity

    Oriental Seagull in Fiber seems to be no longer available.
    I e-mailed and called the US distributor but neither message was returned.
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    Re: My Latest And Probably Last Darkroom

    Well-thought out; it looks great. Happy printing!
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    Re: Giving up the view camera---am I nuts?

    This thread is very relevant to my current situation. I have read every post and I must say that they are all thoughtful responses to the OP going back several years.

    Some years ago I talked...
  20. Re: Darkroom plumbing advice needed, please

    My plumbing set up is very similar to Arne's (Post# 12).
    As others have mentioned, don't skimp on the plumbing - it can be very frustrating later own. I highly recommend the HASS Mixing Valve -...
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    Re: My Film Story - ILFORD PHOTO new video

    Beautifully done!
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    Re: Ansco 130 - 1:1 or 1:2?

    Drew's point: "Sticking with just one standardized time is a straightjacket" should be well-taken.
    My standard developing time is 2:30 with LPD 1:2 or Dektol 1:2 but found that this was not...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Bravo!
    Well-though out and well done.
  24. Re: Doran 400 CFM darkroom fan arrived with rough, uneven louvers

    I have been hoarding two of these for my darkroom build and never used them. Mine are quite well-built - bought them four years ago.
  25. Re: Darkroom Light Sealing and Ventilation

    Where are you?

    I have a Panasonic Whisperline fan that I thought I was going to use in my darkroom build (I built a different ventilation system that’s at tray level instead). It is very powerful...
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    Re: Schneider-Kreuznach misprint

    This lens was made in Soviet Block era East Germany by a competitor.






    ...not true :)
  27. Re: Linhof Technika 4x5 parts... Need 2 screws... Hard to get!

    I second this suggestion - Bill at Precision has machined different items for me over the years. Good quality, good service and reasonable prices.
  28. Re: Which lenses fold up into your field camera? Linhof Tecnika, Horseman, etc. quest

    I have the following lenses which I use with my Technika (they all fit with the camera folded closed):

    120mm Schneider Apo-Symmar L f/5.6
    135mm Rodenstock Apo-Sironar S f/5.6
    210mm G-Claron...
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    Re: In the Footsteps of Atget

    I have really enjoyed this series.
    I appreciate the fact that you are not trying to duplicate the more “technical” details of Atget.
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    Re: hi from new york :)

    Welcome - I live and work in New Yuck also.
  31. Re: Professional Home film processing 4x5 neg

    If your largest format is 4x5, a good option might be a Jobo ATL-1000 or ATL-1500; these are fully automatic processors which complete the process through the final wash. It takes up little space;...
  32. Re: Too late, too expensive for this year, but maybe the next? Little Italy and Autum

    This I've got to save for future reference! Hilarious.

    The 'real' Little Italy of New York is in the Bronx, on Arthur Avenue:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Avenue

    The historically...
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    Re: Durst Enlarger Elevation Crank

    The gears in my Durst Pro are held in place by metal cotter pins:
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    Re: Durst Enlarger Elevation Crank

    Mike has offered the solution in the post above.
    I would only add that, after using epoxy (the two-part type), you let it set a good 48 hours.

    I have had this enlarger since the early (?)...
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    Re: Darkroom Ventilation advice, please

    This is essentially what I have just finished installing in my home darkroom: a passive Doran double-louver above the door and opposite the sink and an exhaust system based on Edward's Engineering. ...
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    Re: In Memory of Bruce Barlow

    Condolences to family and friends.

    I was shocked by the notice.
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    Re: Darkroom Renovation Phase 1

    Daniel, you’re moving really fast. My darkroom build is proceeding at a snail’s pace compared to yours.
  38. Re: New Resource for Wollensak Lenses and Shutters

    Fantastic resource. Thank you for putting so much time an effort in compiling it and for sharing it.
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    Re: Darkroom Renovation Phase 1

    Problem is that there is absolutely no other space in my city apt. to store stuff; anything darkroom will have to be in the darkroom. Time will tell...
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    Re: Darkroom Renovation Phase 1

    The leveling feet for the sink is a good idea.
    What will be your set up for print washing - just the one you show in the pictures or others as well?
    As I am laying out my gear (on paper), I fear...
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