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    Re: Misadventures in Jobo-land

    Have you tried a pre wash with water prior to development? I use the JOBO test print drum (forget the number) to process 4x5 negatives with no problems. Just a thought that a 5 minute pre wash...
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    Re: Oriental paper scarcity..

    Let me look tomorrow or the next day. I received some Oriental paper with a color head purchase. No idea what the three packages are. I'll post when I find them. (step daughter and grandson are...
  3. Re: I need info on Jobo ATLs vs Phototherm SSKs

    One of the problems with the JOBO ATL processors is that they are getting pretty long in the tooth, age wise. Replacement parts are pretty rare since components to repair (or populate/repair...
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    Re: So I'm looking at film prices....

    Wholy cow!!! What a Pi***ng contest. And two of my favorite posters to boot!!!
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    Re: Transform a Jobo 3063 into a Jobo 3005?

    I have a spare 3063 drum available for a hefty price for you to practice on :)
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    Re: Crown Graphic Field Camera Project

    Good for you! I'm tempted to remove the inoperative focal plane shutter from my Speed Graphic just to lighten the load.
  7. Thread: Share a tip?

    by wooserco
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    Re: Share a tip?

    I've made a checklist of my procedure when out shooting. I use it for both 4x5 and my Mamiya RB 67. While I don't have to open the shutter to focus, I still focus wide open and stop down for the...
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    Re: White writing showing on old prints

    Pencil on the backside (non emulsion side) of the negative. That's how it was explained to me by an oldtimer.
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    Re: Photographs of Historic Buildings

    Randy, there is still a state park in Michigan's northern lower peninsula that is a tract of trees (White Pine) that a lumber baron's wife convince him to spare for posterity called Hartwick Pines. ...
  10. Re: Saturday was knew of those days you should just stay in bed!

    Sorry to resurrect an old post; but Michael E, that made me laugh out loud. Worst that I've had is to ask grandma to sit down during the ceremony so that I could get the first kiss :)
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    Re: Painting an Elwood?

    Resurrection of an old thread, but here is a Craigslist ad: https://louisville.craigslist.org/pho/d/enlarger/6753760011.html.

    So, I hope this isn't the one that might have been given away.
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    Re: What to Buy for Film Processing

    I picked my thermometer at a home brewers supply store. Distilled water at the grocery, 2-1/2 gallons at a time. Dual purpose as my wife uses it in her CPAP.
  13. Re: Calumet 150mm... Can't focus anything further than 5ish ft?

    Not the same camera, but the same lens. On my calumet CC400, the tripod mount is between the front and back standards.
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    Re: Canon Ink Supply

    Bob, we are indeed lucky here in the US. I can walk into my local camera store and pick up cartridges for my Pro10 printer. While I realize that it is substantially different that what you are...
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    Re: Greetings from Indianapolis, Indiana USA

    Welcome to the forum Martha. Next time my wife and I are in Indy visiting with our daughter and grand daughter, I'll have to look you up. I was there with my wife last July and got a chance to...
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    Re: Best Drum Scanning Service?

    I've not used them, but you might check out Agx Imaging in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. (http://www.agximaging.com/).
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    Re: polarizing filter

    Correct. With the polarizing filter adjusted to minimal effect, it acts as a 1-1/3 stop ND filter. Work for me anyway :)
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    Re: polarizing filter

    Old post, I know. But... I will often use my Marumi polarizing filter as a 1-1/3 stop neutral density filter when needed.
  19. Thread: Calumet 8x10

    by wooserco
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    Re: Calumet 8x10

    Might be tough to see it in person, an EBay listing. Looking at the same camera, there are no pictures of the back.

    I have it in my watch list, but have decided to stick with 4x5 at the moment.
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    Re: Jobo ATL Processor

    Unless you are running LARGE volumes of film through it, it is over kill. A CPE2+ or CPE3 might be a better fit.

    These ATL machines are getting pretty long in the tooth now. I have experience...
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    Re: Making new Belliws

    Contact Barry Young. I recently purchased both of his books ("Building an 8x10 Camera" and "Modern Bellowsmaking"). Money well spent. PM here.
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    Re: Light leaks 4x5 holders

    Not knowing what brand/type of holder, it might be (in my very inexperienced state) a warped film holder. ie, light leak where the holder contacts the back?
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    Re: Third party Jobo tanks on eBay.

    Well, given that the link posted above comes back as invalid; I hope that it wasn't a huge sum of money!
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    Re: Where to sell my darkroom equipment?

    I have not read through all of the posts here, but I paid the princely sum of $20 for mine 3 years ago from Craig's list
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    Re: Beseler CB7 exploded view needed

    I have a CB7 myself. Should you decide to make an exploded view drawing, I would like one 😀
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