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    Re: Carlwen negative carrier

    If I am not mistaken, Carlwen negative carriers were made for specific enlargers. I have a 35mm carrier for my Durst L-1200. It saves some time when you print more than one image on the same strip....
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    Re: water filters

    I use two filters, one for hot and one for cold water, as suggested by Drew. Long ago, I was getting stains (rust?) on my negatives and the use of the filters solved the problem.

    I have been...
  3. Re: Time Between Trains @ The Master Gallery, NYC

    Congratulations on the exhibit.
    I’m planning to ‘pop’ in.
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    Re: Film on a Plane: Check It or Carry-On?

    A few years ago I put film in one of those lead shields; the x-ray scanning technician couldn't see what was inside it: I had to remove it from my bag; the film was hand inspected.

    There is a...
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    Re: Kirk Tuck commenting on 4x5 video blog

    His 'perspective' seems to be contempt (as r.e. has pointed out quite well) for anyone who doesn't do things his way.

    There are a lot of videos on LF that make me cringe a bit, but so what? There...
  6. Re: Voigtlander Bergheil 9x12 Shift Control Not Moving

    Same on mine; just plain stuck; probably dry lubrication - if I turn the knob really hard, the shift works. I brought it to the Camera Dr. in NYC. I couldn't see my way to take the mechanism apart.
  7. Re: Carbon Transfer Workshop, Oct. 20 - 23, 2021, Yosemite Valley

    Too bad about the last-minute cancellation. I wanted to attend the workshop but car rentals have been a problem to secure. I hope to attend it in April.

    I attended the Platinum/Palladium workshop...
  8. Re: Light weight 4X5 gear backpack recommendations

    I'll chime in as my requirements are very similar to the OP's needs.
    For hiking I have settled on the lightweight approach with:

    TOHO FC-45X modified as recommended by Kerry Thalmann (wonderful...
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    Too bad Giovanni couldn’t make it either. Hoping to come for a few days in mid October… we’ll see. Espresso and amor pastries sounds like an excellent idea ��
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    Re: In Praise of 5x7... Post'em !

    I wish I could have been there as had been my intention.
    It was most enjoyable when I attended two years ago - wonderful group of people.
    Beautiful Mount Orsaro is fittingly filling in the...
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    Re: Chamonix Camera Rental Services

    Excellent idea. I think you will get a lot of interest, especially for the larger formats.
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    Re: Color of Ansco/PF 130

    Good tip regarding the dilution. Some papers (I forget which one at the moment) developed very fast at 1:1; something like one minute - way too fast to control.
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    Re: Need Empty 4x5 Film Boxes

    Hi and welcome - I can send some your way tomorrow: send me a PM with your shipping address ASAP.
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    Re: Greetings from NY

    Welcome; NYC is my adopted home.
  15. Re: Leaving Kodak for Ilford

    I suspect that the Glycin was too old (discolored); I have several kits (3+ years old) of it but I need to replace the discolored Glycin with freshly bought Glycin. A minor annoyance, but an...
  16. Re: Carbon Transfer Workshop, Oct. 20 - 23, 2021, Yosemite Valley

    Hope see you then.
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    Re: JOBO ATL 3 or a CPP

    The advantage of a Jobo ATL is that you don't have to stand by it to operate each step. You fill the chemistry bottles, attach the Tank, press Start and walk away. The disadvantage is that if it...
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    Re: Kodak D23 Question

    It’s exactly what I do when I won’t be needing a liter of D-23.
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    Re: Color of Ansco/PF 130

    Ansco 130 will 'work' (it will develop paper) with old, off-color Glycin but it will stain the paper; it is immediately apparent in the white borders of the print.

    Over the past few years I've...
  20. Re: Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    Took it to the Camera Doctor in NYC today. Diagnosis: the worm gear is gummed up. He will access it from underneath the front standard, clean it and re-lube it.

    While I was there I...
  21. Re: Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    Added to the list.
  22. Re: Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    Thanks for two good leads Austin.
  23. Re: Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    Forgot about him - Thanks Pete!
  24. Vintage Camera Repairs - anyone left?

    Looking for someone to repair a vintage Voigtlander 9x12 with a frozen shift mechanism (separate thread).
    I can't figure out how to take it apart and too afraid to damage it further.
    Ken Ruth of...
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    Re: Oregon Public Broadcasting segment

    I enjoyed the video so much; congratulations.
    Your passion is infectious.
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    Re: Chamonix 4x5 camera,045N-2

    Beautiful indeed. Be careful but don't be afraid to use it. :)
  27. Voigtlander Bergheil 9x12 Shift Control Not Moving

    I can't figure out how to get the Lateral Shift to work on a new to me Voigtlander Bergheil 9x12 Camera.

    As best as I can tell, the top left knurled knob is supposed to control the the Lateral...
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    Sticky: Re: How to Value LF Equipment

    ...and I thought this only applied to me... I don't feel so left out now - I guess it's true that 'misery loves company'.
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    Re: Filter dilemma for 82mm solution

    This is the reason I have a drawer full of filters (not kidding). Can wait out the backorder? It may not be that long.
  30. Re: NYC Launches a $25M WPA-style Recovery Program for the Arts

    We don't want you anyway :) :)
  31. Poll: Re: Gauging interest in scanning service based on DT Cultural Heritage Phase One syst

    Didn’t notice this thread until now. I am interested in exactly the kind of service that Tin Can has mentioned.

    It seems to me that there would be a demand for such a service; not everyone either...
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    Re: Monorail vs. Folding Camera Weight

    A friend of mine, and a member here, has an Arca-Swiss Monorail; I don't remember the model and haven't seen him since the pandemic hit. I do remember being very impressed by its modular design. I...
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    Monorail vs. Folding Camera Weight

    As far as I can tell, Monorail Cameras are heavier than the Folding (TOHO is the only exception that I know of).

    What is the reasoning behind this? Is it for the simple reason that Monorail...
  34. Re: Electrical diagram of the Durst UT 100 dryer

    It might be stuck due to inactivity - it happened with my Jobo Film Dryer. I sprayed some electronics cleaner in the shaft, plugged it in, turned it on and it worked like a charm.
    I hope it will be...
  35. Re: Darkroom plumbing advice needed, please

    I definitely get it.
    I was fortunate to enlist the services of two friends, one a carpenter and the other a licensed plumber. The carpenter helped me with the sink stand and shelving above it. ...
  36. Re: Darkroom plumbing advice needed, please

    Give us all the details on what caused the headaches, please.
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    Re: Ethiopian Journey

    Ethiopia’s history is fascinating. It’s one of those places I wish I could go to and explore.
    I hope you will post more images from your visits there.
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    Re: Can you recommend a darkroom workshop?

    Adding to the list of possibilities; I have heard really good things about Lynn Radeka's workshops:
  39. Re: Sinar Filter Holder 100 - Anyone using it?

    I answered my own question: NO, the Sinar Filter Holder 100 will only accept Sinar-branded filters as they are thinner than other manufacturer's.
  40. Sinar Filter Holder 100 - Anyone using it?

    This is purely out of curiosity; I had never heard of it until a few days ago as I was leafing through a Sinar Catalog. It functions in a similar way to other modular filter holders systems (Cokin...
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