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  1. Re: Getting back into 8x10, would a cheap Intrepid Satisfy?

    I've really been shooting my Fuji 6x9 rangefinders a lot. 4x5 Crown Graphic is nice to carry, I use the rangefinder. I have a Deardorff V8, it rarely gets out of the house these days.
  2. Re: Getting back into 8x10, would a cheap Intrepid Satisfy?

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    Re: Zone VI Type II 8x10 VC Head Problem

    Oh Boy, I was incredibly lucky to get an 8x10 and a separate 5x7 both type II . I've found date codes indicating these were made in 2001. I use a Metrolux II timer that connects to the built in...
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    Re: Zone VI Type II 8x10 VC Head Problem

    I have one of these heads, works great. I don't have a clue. I would try to eliminate the timer. This was about the time that the world got serious about eliminating lead (Pb) in electronics.
    I...
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    Re: An Open Letter to the Photography Industry

    I'm a hobbyist through and through. I've had several friends over the years ask me for photography, I politely refuse. I wouldn't do a wedding unless my life depended on it.

    All I see anymore is,...
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    Re: An Open Letter to the Photography Industry

    Most people today have never seen really great commercial work.

    Pretty hard to produce exceptional work with a sensor (or film) the size of a postage stamp.
  7. Re: de Vere 5108 enlarger 'control box' and neg holder

    Kevin Brown is a great fellow, he's helped me out more than once.
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    Re: The beginnings of yet another darkroom

    Looks like a good sized space. Looks like you could have some nice ventilation too.
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    Re: Master Technika... over the hill...

    Beautiful camera.
  10. Re: de Vere 5108 enlarger 'control box' and neg holder

    I would ask Kevin Brown at KHB for a bit of free advice. He's been helpful to me, generous in sharing his knowledge. I'm sure that a skilled electrician could figure it out. I'm jealous, that's an...
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    Re: Picked up an Automega E5 -- confused...

    http://www.jollinger.com/photo/cam-coll/manuals/manuals.html

    May be of help. I looked at the Omega D5 manual, looks like you can use 211, 212 or 213 bulb, higher wattages require heat absorbing...
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    Re: ULF DIY Camera Cart

    That's a sweet setup. I've got a little JD, not very fast:rolleyes:
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    Re: Tiny Camera Porn

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    Re: Self Portraits

    That's outstanding! Perfect.
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    Re: Thomas Duplex Safelight Bulb Replacement

    Me too.
  16. Re: Baltic or Finnish Baltic Birch for lens boards?

    I've been playing with Speed and Crown 's for over 40 years. I did not know that the earlier models used 4x4" lens boards. Learned something!
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    Re: Rodenstock Imagon

    Beautiful stuff.
  18. Re: Baltic or Finnish Baltic Birch for lens boards?

    Are the sheet metal boards still available??
  19. Re: Traveling by Air In July: How should I handle LF Film?

    Now I'm scared to fly :)
    I wouldn't assume everything is treated the same. They can't Xray everything.
  20. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    https://youtu.be/O13gyhxYWng

    Here's Tony Santo, if you scroll forward you can see how he modified the lift.
  21. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    There's a landscape photographer who has a great video. He's processing 8x10 Fujichrome in the 6 bath Fuji chemistry. I can't find the video right now. He's got a longer set of tubes and it allows...
  22. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    This sounds like what Jobo recommends with Expert drums.
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    Re: Greetings from Missouri

    Hey there from Iowa.
  24. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    I'm trying string next time. All I really need is to get it so I can get fingers under the rails. I almost knocked a drum off, need to lift with the rails not the tank.
  25. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    I will be a customer if your machinist comes up with a good solution. I can manage but it's a pain. Thanks for posting this.
  26. Re: Issue with Jobo Process operation - Lift arm

    Omer had a "handle", a Catlabs product, it was offered a few years back. No longer available.

    http://processorparts.blogspot.com/2012/04/jobo-lift-assist-handle-ver-30-for.html

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    Re: Journey to build a new darkroom - Build log

    Very nicely done. Looks great. I like your fume box. Darkroom work is so much fun!
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    Re: Thermometer for JOBO processor

    I bought some digital aquarium thermometers off Ebay for under 3 bucks, the sensor, which I suspect is a thermocouple?? is encased in hard plastic, very slow to respond but gives similar results as...
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    Re: What to do with LittleJohn

    http://www.garyreggae.co.uk/wordpress/history/os-history/photographic/
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    Re: What to do with LittleJohn

    That's a great piece of history.
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    Re: What to do with LittleJohn

    Is ts a converted process camera?
  32. Thread: Saltzman

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    Re: Saltzman

    That's cool. A couple years ago there was an enormous Durst, I believe it was 10x10 on Ebay. IIRC it was located in Canada. It had been purchased right as the digital wave hit. It was like new,...
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    Re: ULF DIY Camera Cart

    I love the bail back. Super simple, looks quite sturdy.
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    Re: ULF DIY Camera Cart

    Very nice. Is your cart narrow (enough) to fit through your front door?? That will be great on foot. Need to find an Uber with a space big enough for your cart, have them drop you off and pick up...
  35. Thread: Saltzman

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    Re: Saltzman

    Absolutely, I remember seeing that!
  36. Thread: Saltzman

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    Re: Saltzman

    I have a Saltzman tripod with a side arm for low work. The head is huge, beautiful. I even have the crank for the head. Amazing equipment.
  37. Thread: Saltzman

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    Re: Saltzman

    Did the military use 10 x 10 format for aerial surveillance in WWII? Seems like some of these machines were more gigantic than others. You know like the difference between Indian and African...
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    Re: BIG Camera on Wheels Project Doc

    Two full masts :o
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    Re: Deardorff Identification Help

    This is a great place.
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  40. Thread: Saltzman

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    Re: Saltzman

    Awesome! Metrolux II timer = closed loop perfection. Heaven is a 1200 lb enlarger!
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