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    Re: replacement for tetenal neofinBlue

    The RED has been discontinued years ago. It was formulated for faster films (above ISO 200).
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    Re: Identifying a Linhof part

    I'm note sure I follow. I focus on the GG, however the GG has to be removed before the roll back is attached to the back (001630). What I prefer is after the cocusing/composing part is done to remove...
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    Re: Identifying a Linhof part

    I prefer to have the Super Rollex permanently attached to one of the backs. The other back with the ground glass attached sits on the camera for composing. It's much faster to switch the backs than...
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    Re: Identifying a Linhof part

    Thanks Bob. I would like to get additional one so that I can keep the Super Rollex permanently attached to it.
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    Re: Identifying a Linhof part

    001615 would be this part: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/31258-REG/Linhof_001615_4x5_Groundglass_Frame_with.html

    I would like to know the part pictured left to it (in my original post).
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    Re: Identifying a Linhof part

    Revolving frame, not back. Pictured is Kardan re, not Technika.
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    Identifying a Linhof part

    I wonder if the metal frame that goes to the rear standard and to which a groud glass is attached is #001616 "revolving frame" :...
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    Re: replacement for tetenal neofinBlue

    ADOX FX-39 is said to be based on NEOFIN RED: https://www.adox.de/Photo/adox-film-developer/adox-fx-39/
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    Re: E-6 capacity / min volume

    Thanks Kiwi and Duolab.
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    Re: E-6 capacity / min volume

    The X6 5 l kit from Fuji Hunt (E-6) goes for around 100 eur here, so quite a bit cheaper. I'm not sure I would invest 400 bucks :eek:
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    Re: E-6 capacity / min volume

    Jobo has spoken - 210 ml, but this is the min volume to cover the film evenly (to my understanding at least), however it sure is not enough in terms of capacity. I think I will use 330 ml per batch,...
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    Re: E-6 capacity / min volume

    Thanks, I will be using Fuji Hunt, a standard 6-bath kit.
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    E-6 capacity / min volume

    I wonder if 250 ml of E-6 chemistry would be sufficient to develop 10 sheets of 4x5" in a Jobo Expert drum #3010 capacity wise? I know Jobo lists min volume for the 3010 Expert drum at 210 ml. Thanks
  14. Thread: Lupex Paper

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    Re: Lupex Paper

    My experience with Adox Lupex is limited to a couple of sheets only. Developed in Ilford Multigrade the tonality was distinctly cool even bluish.
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    Re: Linhof on Youtube

    You are welcome. I found them by accident. Enjoy.

    Miha
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    Re: Linhof on Youtube

    A new video on Technikardan S 45 was added a week ago
    on their channel.
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    Linhof on Youtube

    I've recently noticed Linhof having a YouTube channel with a dozen or so videos available:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpnlL01y3W1tDkbz8DFSMOQ
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    Re: Fomatone 532 II Nature experience?

    132 should be totally matte with no reflection coming back, whereas 532 shows some sheen.
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    Re: Fomatone 532 II Nature experience?

    Fomatome 542 Chamois Type I, developed in Moersch Separol HE, Toned in Moersch Siena:

    183265

    Type I had less yellow base tint than Type II.
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    Re: Fomatone 532 II Nature experience?

    Good to know.
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    Re: Fomatone 532 II Nature experience?

    Thanks. But the emulsion changed somehow, certainly after the introduction of type II, hence my question re toning.
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    Fomatone 532 II Nature experience?

    I would appreciate any shared experience on Fomatone 532 II paper. In the past I have been using 542 and 542 II, never 532 II which is the only one currently in production, apart from 131, 132, and...
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    Re: Adox / Bergger / Ilford FB paper tone

    Adox Variotone is very malleable tone-wise, with a very bright (pure white!) base. It's my favorite paper.
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    Re: The Importance of Photographs

    So true!
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    Re: Linhof Kardan question

    May I ask what's the benefit compared to the standard rigid rail?
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    Re: Rodinal lasts forever, right?

    Thanks Ritchie.
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    Re: Rodinal lasts forever, right?

    Hi Ritchie, that would be great.
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    Re: Rodinal lasts forever, right?

    Such as?
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    Re: Who is making/distributiing B&W sheet film?

    Bergger is Made in Germany, probably by InovisCoat, Harman coats Rollei.
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    Re: Who is making/distributiing B&W sheet film?

    - Bergger Panchro
    - Rollei RPX
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    Re: One lens - artistic zen or a limiting frustration

    150mm is the only lens I have for my 4x5 LF camera. I live quite happily with it. When I want something longer I crop the view by using a roll film back (and I honestly see no quality differnece on a...
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    Re: Help with new Tripod

    I see no problem in being a maninstream company, they are after all a worldwide leading brand and their quality is impeccable. The 057 series is made of carbon fibres and megnesium joints. It really...
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    Re: Help with new Tripod

    I went with Manfrotto for my Linhof Kardan and have never regretted it.

    http://www.manfrotto.com/photo-supports-tripods-057-series
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    Re: What are your dark room "luxuries?"

    I got myself a dish warmer some time ago. Print developers are temperature sensitive too yet the the correct temperature is often neglected during the long darkroom sessions....
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    Re: Glossiest / Smoothest fiber paper ?

    Is it also smoother?
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    Glossiest / Smoothest fiber paper ?

    MG IV, Fomabrom, MCC etc are about the same. I remember Ilford Watmtone as beeing more glossy (from years ago), old Bergger too. I also read Ilford Galery is different (glossier?). So which glossy...
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    Re: tf4 fixer rocks like a hurricane!

    I've been using Moersch Alkaline fixer for some time (a fine product), 2 bath with FB, HCA, etc... still I'm facing many question marks. What's wrong with acid sodium thiosulphate fixers that have...
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    Re: Durst glass neg carrier?

    Cheers Tony!
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    Re: Durst glass neg carrier?

    Thanks for the instructions. I've already done something similar but with one 2 mm piece of glass only. Do you get any Newton rings with the plain glass?
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    Re: Durst glass neg carrier?

    None? BTW, Laborator Pro 1000 is the same enlarger.
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