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    Re: Hypo clear for large RC prints

    I am thinking of buying this tray: https://www.fotoimpex.com/darkroom/deville-darkroom-tray-for-paper-50x60-cm.html?sort=6
    It says it is for 50x60cm paper, but it doesn‘t say how much larger than...
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    Re: Hypo clear for large RC prints

    Thank you, I have corrected the link.
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    Hypo clear for large RC prints

    I am going to do a larger amount of 50x60cm RC prints in a row and I will wash them in a tray using a „DEVILLE Washer - for darkroom trays 30x40 cm and larger“ ...
  4. Re: How could I rinse 50x60cm prints using these sinks?

    I found this:

    DEVILLE Washer - for darkroom trays 30x40 cm and larger: https://www.fotoimpex.com/darkroom/deville-washer-for-darkroom-trays-30x40-cm-and-larger.html

    Are they any good? Should I...
  5. How could I rinse 50x60cm prints using these sinks?

    I need to print some larger prints from 4x5 negatives on 50x60cm paper. It will be RC paper for now but later I also want to try fiber at that size.

    My sinks are only 52x50cm and look like in the...
  6. Re: Drying and flattening larger fiber and RC paper

    That works for fiber paper too?

    What is „ply archival board“, sorry I am German and not a native English speaker.
    Is this board similar to that what is used to make passepartouts?
  7. Re: Drying and flattening larger fiber and RC paper

    What do you mean by “screens” and is this a “dry mount press”:

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    If you use them without heat how long does it take to dry it? They can only take two prints, so that would be a veeeety...
  8. Drying and flattening larger fiber and RC paper

    I am about to print my first 4x5 negatives and some of them I would like to print on larger fiber based paper at 50,8x61cm (20x24“) and some using RC paper of the same size.
    So far I have only...
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    Re: Dark cloth

    That’s interesting, I like it! Does that also work when you have the loupe around your neck though?
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    Re: Dark cloth

    Those look interesting, although quite expensive.
    Is the regular „Ultralight“ (somewhat) water repellent?
    Is the none-colored side really black (I think they don‘t show in on the pictures)?
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    Re: Chamonix C45F-2 vs. C45H-1

    I got this answer in another thread:



    While I don’t plan to go larger than 4x5, it’s still an interesting info. So with the H-1 I could use wider backs but can’t with the F-2?
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    Re: Dark cloth

    I made a extra thread for the comparison of the two cameras Maybe you can chime in with your thoughts on this topic there.

    So with the H-1 I can use wider backs but can’t with the F-2?
  13. Re: Focusing aids for Chamonix 4x5 cameras

    And here is the post where I ask about the cameras Chamonix C45F-2 vs. C45H-2
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    Chamonix C45F-2 vs. C45H-1

    I am about to buy my first large format camera. It is going to be either the Chamonix C45F-2 or the C45H-1. I will do some hiking and backpacking with the camera so I lean toward th F-2. I shoot...
  15. Re: Focusing aids for Chamonix 4x5 cameras

    It clearly looks like the spring is on the inside in the above picture. Did they assemble it wrong or maybe they changed it and you use a different version?
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    Re: Chamonix accessories

    That loupe is 3,94 inches (10cm) and with the “diopter adjustment spacer” it is 4,1 inches long.
  17. Re: Focusing aids for Chamonix 4x5 cameras

    Do you think there is a chance that the metal spring that can be seen in the picture will eventually hurt the ground glas? It seems like it would touch the ground glass when the viewfinder is...
  18. Re: Focusing aids for Chamonix 4x5 cameras

    Chamonix makes a carbon loupe which is quite long, I linked to it in the original post and I own it. I wonder wether it is long enough for the viewfinder #2.
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    When I look at the picture of viewfinder #2, I can see a metal spring that seems to touch the ground glas when collapsed. This may not be a problem at first, but I will hike and backpack a lot with...
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    Re: Chamonix accessories

    I think it might be possible to use the Chamonix "Artisan" loupe together with the CVF45FC Viewfinder 4x5" - carbon.
    Can anyone confirm that?
  21. Focusing aids for Chamonix 4x5 cameras

    I am about to buy my first large format camera. It is going to be either the Chamonix C45F-2 or C45H-1 (I am still undecided, I will kindly ask for your help on this topic too in another post).
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    Re: Dark cloth

    To use the changing bag is a cool idea, mine is silver on both sides though, but it will work anyway I guess.

    The Harrison dark cloth looks nice. Does this company (Harrison) have an official...
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    Dark cloth

    Hello,

    I am about to get into large format photography and to buy my first camera, a Chamonix C45F-2 or C45H-1 (I am still undecided). This is also my first post here in this forum.

    I am...
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