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    Re: Over exposed Tmax 100

    When one prints a severely overexposed negative (one in which image forming information is up over the shoulder) the effect is somewhat odd. The middle tones are lighter than expected. Or, if you...
  2. Re: How to identify Horseman monorail camera models

    https://www.cameraeccentric.com/static/img/pdfs/horseman_2.pdf
  3. Re: Change of density at film hanging clips on dip-dunk processing

    There are a few articles in the X-ray film literature on exhaustion causing un-even development. The thought being it is not the extra activity near the clips causing the issue, but lack of...
  4. Re: Now e-Bay wants my SSN and bank account info . . .???

    Reads like the intent is to crack down on 'flippers.'
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    Re: Anyone Use Shanghai GP3 Film in 4x5 and 8x10

    My last batch of 8x10 had notches on both corners. Good news was that the film exposed fine through either side and, with a Jobo Expert drum, the film loaded emulsion side out, still processed OK for...
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    Re: Darkroom vs Scanning

    Scanning make no sense now that you can get a digital camera which does not require film and go straight from camera to computer with a cable or blue tooth.

    In that case, the negatives are made...
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    Re: Chamonix 45N-2 and offset lens boards

    Whenever I want any lens centered on any view camera, I just check that the 4 crescents are the same when I peek through the cutouts. More likely than not, if I'm using a view camera, the lens won't...
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    Re: Sheet metal flatness / availability

    The Starrett catalog. I got a Starrett catalog at a used book sale in 1973. I was fascinated with all that stuff; I wanted to be a designer in Jr High.
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    Re: show me something else

    Minox lith print.

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    Re: Removing bubble from Bogen 3051 Tripod

    Shouldn't be that hard to get out; chip away at it. I replaced mine a while ago and I am glad that I did.

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    Re: 4x5 B&W development - no processor

    You might want to check these threads too for more info:
    https://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?636-Developing-4x5-Film-by-Inversion-in-a-Jobo-Tank-2500...
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    Re: New lens to me :)

    Nice, you indeed have the correct aperture scale. Next would be to see if the shutter fires correctly at the speeds and see if you have the correct rear cell and the lens elements are free of haze or...
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    Re: Kodak Color Printing Ektar Lens

    I suspect both the 130 and 157 can be used for 4x5 enlargements.
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    Re: New lens to me :)

    210mm is a nice focal length for 4x5, I currently have a 210mm on my camera now.

    I think you can use up to a 450mm lens with that camera, so that convertible lens should work just as well as the...
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    Re: What photo paper grade means?

    The logarithm of the exposure range required to give a full tonal range, expressed to two significant figures, with the decimal point removed is ISO(R). Typical figures might be Grade 5 = ISO(R) 40...
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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    The only thing that would go that low would be the baseboard of the big Durst and the area around that is free from reflective surfaces.
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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    I got my Jobo in 2001 and it is still going strong after all these years.
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  19. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Ok thank you for the picture. Looks like a Durst L1800. Having one of the gears will allow you to figure the pitch and physical width. Knowing the shaft centers will give the diameter of the new...
  20. Re: Durst L1840 Enlarger 8x10 10x10--Everything you wanted to know...

    Your question reads like you have a L184. Do you have a Lamot 110 as in the picture?
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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

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    Re: Post yer 35mm shots!

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    Re: How MANY Enlargers do you see

    Three easy ones, but what about the feet sticking up in the air. Has me stumped. Calumet, Zone VI?
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  24. Re: Aristo 11X14 enlarging head power source.

    My Aristo 1414 came to me bolted to the negative stage of my Durst L1840 with some makeshift brackets, but the 1414 was actually designed to slide into the condenser slot on a condenser head. That is...
  25. Re: Aristo 11X14 enlarging head power source.

    Some images that were lost in my thread on this Aristo head.

    FYI I sold the Aristo for $1200 on ebay in 2016. At the time a new lamp was available for $500.
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  26. Re: Aristo 11X14 enlarging head power source.

    I had a few posts about this Aristo 1414 head on my Durst enlarger back in 2008. I looked back, however, al the images in the thread below are gone.
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    Re: Red Bellow vs Black Bellow

    I made my new Century bellows from black material. Originally, I think it may have been more subtle red/maroon, rather than the bright red offered today for replacement bellows.
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    Re: Making GOOD Instax Prints

    I exposed my last two Fuji pack film loads a month ago and they were both shot.
  29. Re: Szabad 8x10: Does anyone know what these things are for?

    I wanted to make something like that for my Century. I was going to use neo magnets to hold the rods in place.
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    Re: Milky Way photography

    Looks great, do you know the exposure time? Less than a minute?
  31. Re: "Poll" Question: Do you use a footswitch for your enlarger?

    Yes.
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    Re: CatLABS X FILM 80 MKII now available in 8X10

    Who is Brent Woods? Does he work for Freestyle?
    Seems like a useless review because I can figure out there is no datasheet just as easy. A review should test the spectral sensitivity, speed,...
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    Re: Contrast control with Adox Lupex

    Try processing the negatives 20% less.
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    Re: CLS 301 Restoration

    Yes!
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    Re: 4x5 macro advice needed

    The effective aperture rides along with these changes, because, diffraction will be double also. Circles of confusion twice as big for the same f-number set on the lens, acting as if it is two stops...
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    Re: CLS 301 Restoration

    Where I work we use isolation transformers on many items, but I never had the urge to setup any in my home darkroom. I'm careful about spills and wear the same type of non-conductive silicone clogs...
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    Re: 4x5 macro advice needed

    Seems to be a somewhat common problem. Maybe the LF books don't cover it in detail, but your subject-to-film distance has to be at least FOUR TIMES the focal length to get any focused image with a...
  38. Re: Searching for super long lenses 600mm plus

    I'm interested in things one might photograph with these lenses. I know some of Feininger's work but more recent super-long-LF images, not that familiar.
  39. Re: Schneider Super-Angulon 75mm and Vignetting on 4x5?

    Dark corners on film are the result of two independent processes. One is a decrease in light energy on the film as the light's angle of attack on the film changes from 90 degrees, so called 'cosine...
  40. Re: Schneider Super-Angulon 75mm and Vignetting on 4x5?

    So, when you peek in the corners of the GG the pupil area or lens opening is totally obscured?

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