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  1. Re: Disinfecting Film, Cameras and other Photographic Equipment from Viruses

    If you're worried, just let the package sit in the sun for a day or so. I'm not that worried.


    Kent in SD
  2. Re: Mailing exposed 4x5 film to lab for developing

    Stick a note on the box, "OPEN DARK, unprocessed film."


    Kent in SD
  3. Re: Excellent Labs for color and BW developing - 4x5

    Both Blue Moon and Citizen's Photo in Portland OR have done great work for me in the past. Process One in Overland Park, KS (Kansas City) is also excellent. I only shoot b&w now and do my own. ...
  4. Re: Mailing exposed 4x5 film to lab for developing

    Agree with Steve above.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Out of Stop, switch to water?

    Oh, myabe 15-30 seconds for the first rinse, 5-10 seconds for the second. I flip the tank over a few times, the idea being to wash the developer off the film.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: 75mm or 90mm based on the following....

    Yes. Mount tripod block somewhere else besides between the standards. It's normally between them to better balance camera and get them out of the way.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Out of Stop, switch to water?

    I've always used plain water, two rinses.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: 75mm or 90mm based on the following....

    I'm pretty sure I was using a 90mm Super Angulon on it with the bag bellows.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: 75mm or 90mm based on the following....

    I have lenses 75/90/135mm for wide. The 90mm gets the most use. I use the 75mm mostly to shoot the interiors of abandoned buildings. Make sure you camera can handle 90mm.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Urgent need help to develop my film

    There are very good YouTube videos I suggest.


    Kent in SD
  11. Thread: Filters for 8x10

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    Re: Filters for 8x10

    I too only buy multicoated filters. Generally find good used ones on Ebay.


    Kent in SD
  12. Thread: Filters for 8x10

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    Re: Filters for 8x10

    I have circular glass filters. Mostly use in this order: orange, red, polarizer, yellow, green. (I only shoot b&w.) If the filter won't screw in I simply hold it front of the lens with my hand. ...
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    Re: 210mm lens for 8x10?

    I recently bought a Fuji 210mm f5.6 (inside writing) and so far have been happy with it on Kodak 2D 8x10. It does cover and gives some movement. They seem to be commonly available from Japan.

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    Re: Photo travel by vehicle, what's your favorite?

    I could use a good wench every now and then.


    Kent in SD
  15. Re: Ilford Darkroom Printing Survey 2019 Results

    Closest "public" dark room to me is about 400 miles. I would like to do contact printing and eventually albumin prints but it would take some doing to clear the 3 ft. x 8 ft. area in my basement and...
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    Re: Photo travel by vehicle, what's your favorite?

    I've gone from a K2500 to a RAV4 and now a Subaru Forester. I really like it. I need 4WD where I live and the Forester delivers. Plenty of room, comfortable, maneuverable, reliable.


    Kent in SD
  17. Re: Ansel's Adams & Co Minex De Luxe Tropical Mahogany Camera

    Adams did use ag least one early European camera, zeiss ica Juwel. Don't think he would have been interested in the camera listed here though.
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    Re: I can't get my 4x5 back from the repair guy

    Sometimes you just have to cut your loses. Small claims court would likely involve traveling to his state, and judgments can be hard to collect. Cut your loss and just get the thing back.


    Kent...
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    Re: I can't get my 4x5 back from the repair guy

    I once had to drive to the place and got it back in person. Made a vacation trip out of it.:D



    Kent in SD
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    Re: A question on FS rule enforcement

    Eight pages. We going for ten? LOL!


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Comparing the Toyo 45CF and the Nagaoka 4x5

    The Toyo needing special lens boards made it a nonstarter for me.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Question on New-to-4X5 Schooling

    Plenty of YouTube videos to help.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: How to get into ULF? THE RIGHT WAY.

    As an 8x10 user, I agree. I started with 4x5, and it was several months and about two-three boxes of film before I started getting consistently good. I'd hate to think of what that would have cost...
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    Re: Me, my inexperienced butt, and the backcountry

    If it were me I'd bring my SP-445 and a small quantity of chemicals. The SP-445 is very small and easy to load. Once loaded you can do it all in daylight. As for using water from a stream, I...
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    Re: Broken Ground Glass!!! Need help!!!!

    The GG is held in place by two clips. Those are held in place by a phillips screw. The camera is a Cambo 45NX.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: How to get into ULF?

    It would be cheaper to build ULF and shoot wet plate rather than film.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: Controversy over Mural Photo in North Dakota

    I'm on that wet plate Facebook forum and have been following. It's unusual for people in the Dakotas to get upset enough to threaten someone. (Not to injure anyone but with vandalism.)


    Kent in...
  28. Re: Question about flash photography with a Chamonix

    The camera has NOTHING to do with the flash. Flash is controlled by the lens. You attach the flash to the PC socket on the Copal (or other) shutter using a PC sync cord. You connect the other end...
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    Re: Developing color film and slides

    E6 for transparency film (slides,) C41 for colo negs.



    Kent in SD
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    Re: Stearman Press SP-810

    For Photoflo I might be doing something different from everyone else. After doing the final washing with tap water I drain off well. I then spread x3 drops of Photoflo on the negative and pour on...
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    Re: 8x10 Portrait Lenses

    Too late. I've even been shooting wet plate outdoors in Dakota winter.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: 8x10 Portrait Lenses

    I think the "valuations" rule has to do with people popping up out of nowhere with something to sell. I'm a buyer here.:) As for the challenge, I am constantly setting challenges for myself. Six...
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    Re: 8x10 Portrait Lenses

    I will be shooting wet plate with it some, but mostly will use early brass for that I think. So, was this an OK buy for the money? Can't imagine something in good condition going for too much less....
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    Re: Dating Derogy lens

    I have one of these. Mine is complete with the two little inter-lenses and some washer stops, plus the little between lens housing. Brass lens cap looks the same as yours, as does the flange. Mine...
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    Re: 8x10 Portrait Lenses

    I ended up buying an Acutar 14.75 inch lens in Ilex 5, multicoated, for $425. It looked pretty clean and I think it will do what I want. Not sure it's going to mount on a Wista metal board though! ...
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    Re: Stearman Press SP-810

    Last year SP was trying to decide if the SP810 would be successful and sell enough to be worth doing. They took the chance on it anyway. I have to say it has easily exceeded all my expectations.
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    Re: Stearman Press SP-810

    There's a YouTube video. I rock mine side to side, then for next round I rock it front to back.


    Kent in SD
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    Re: 8x10 Portrait Lenses

    I think it's probably right that all of the older designed lenses (Tessar, Velostigmat/Raptor, Acutar, Ektar, etc.) will have a very similar look. Most will be single coated which will be OK with...
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    8x10 Portrait Lenses

    Rather than hijack the other thread (since I'm after different results,) I'll start my own. I've been shooting a Kodak 2D 8x10 for a month now and feel I have it dialed in reasonably well. One...
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    Re: Lenses for new 5x7 / 6x17 kit

    You first need to decide what you want to photo and how. That dictates lens selection. Since I photo different things with 4x5, 5x7, and 8x10 I use different lenses. For 4x5 I mostly use modern...
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