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    Re: Bergger Panchro-400...Experiences?

    No. It seems to be a standard Bromo-iodide negative emulsion set (as Bergger themselves say), coated in two layers (as almost all ISO 400 B&W neg films are today). The high base fog is going to be a...
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    Re: de vere 5108 repair

    It's covered in the instruction manual - KHB or Odyssey Sales (the successor to De Vere) will be able to help. Don't expect it to be a non-messy undertaking.
  3. Re: Velvia 50 4x5 and 8x10 and Fujicolor 160NS Professional 120 discontinued

    Given that the person in question earned a living in the colour separation/ printing trade, it might not have been as difficult as you think (depreciated kit that management wanted out the door &...
  4. Re: Velvia 50 4x5 and 8x10 and Fujicolor 160NS Professional 120 discontinued

    The velvia 'look' really isn't fashionable these days, especially in sheet formats (and arguably hasn't been for some time) - and I think people grossly overestimate how much the disparity between...
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    Re: Durst Laborator 1200 Alignment

    A Durst L1200 and a De Vere 504 (etc) are extremely different in terms of construction, mechanism and alignment. The L1200 relies to a large extent on being correct enough from new & reasonably...
  6. Re: About red safelights. How much red is damaging for the paper

    The Ilford/ Harman GDS papers (which most here are highly unlikely to use) are panchromatically sensitised. Otherwise, the only papers I can think of that are a bit more demanding about safelights...
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    Re: Digital Prints - Horrors

    Don't underestimate the effect of the print head - and the way the ink laydown is carried out. Some current generation print heads are vastly better at handling certain well-known matte papers than...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    There are also a number of potentially very hazardous organic solvents (for example ones that break down to produce phosgene etc under specific conditions) that would need to be considered - and...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    There have been cases of clandestine labs managing to release gases which pretty quickly overcame, anaesthetised and then killed their occupants. Some would fit the bill of being fairly quickly...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Or it's the gas emissions from rotting algae - which can be significant enough to have near immediate knock-down effects and kill large mammals - obviously the specific algae in question is different...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Rotting algae is known to give off potentially hazardous levels of H2S - but it would need quite an extraordinary set of coincidences for a sufficient concentration to have gathered in a confined...
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    Re: Refrigerating plates

    Short answer: don't waste your time. If your material is fresh (within expiry date) and you aren't experiencing extremely high temperatures, don't refrigerate or freeze the material whether in the...
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    The thing that's unclear is if they were found as a group or not - which might indicate whether they had consumed something toxic, or had been overcome rapidly by some other environmental factor etc....
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    Re: Deadly hike----Haz-Mat the cause?

    Story has made it into the news over here too.

    Are any of the mines flooded? A CO2 release via a fairly mild geological event might not be out of the question (effectively a lake overturn...
  15. Re: Durst Componon and Componon. What is the difference?

    For the large part this isn't something 'special', instead It's simply the result of the effects of higher flare levels from the older lenses. A small adjustment in print grade used will more than...
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    Re: Building a PVC sink: another approach

    The prismatic surface is single sided - and you put the print in with the back to the textured surface, where it sticks by surface tension. I understand that much of the Nova washer design owed a lot...
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    Re: Building a PVC sink: another approach

    The places that fabricate/ weld the chemical grade polypropylene (or similar) materials into sinks etc also tend to supply the wider printmaking world (screen print washout cabinets, etching baths...
  18. Re: Devere 5108 - Understanding the Master Negative Carrier System

    The 504 carrier would fall into the bellows of the 5108.

    You could try Odyssey Sales (the successor to De Vere) - they might have part 2009 on the shelf - possibly even new production. Not going...
  19. Re: Devere 5108 - Understanding the Master Negative Carrier System

    You're missing the top half of the 2009 adapter. Without that, you're going to have problems using the inserts as intended.
  20. Re: Devere 5108 - Understanding the Master Negative Carrier System

    De Vere heads comply with the Kodak colour system, rather than Durst's interpretation. If you get bored you can look up some of Kodak's old paper data sheets (G24 for example) which showed various...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    I wouldn't be completely surprised if taking something like Microphen or ID-68 diluted to 1+3 (or more), and boosting the borax (etc) levels to speed it up might get into the same range as Tmax RS in...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    Perceptol and Microdol-X are essentially the same. Both evolved from D-23 via the addition of Sodium Chloride as a further silver solvent, then some further anti-dichroic stain agents in tiny...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    This is the current 2021 range - https://imaging.kodakalaris.com/sites/default/files/wysiwyg/film/2021_Pro_Film_Catalog_List.pdf

    And these are common enough special orders to have acquired ID...
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    Re: kodak Tmax RS developer formula

    Sorry, but whatever conflations you are making are incorrect. Tmax RS seems to have been discontinued in the handover of the Kodak branded chemistry from Alaris to Sino Promise. I suspect there was...
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    Re: Ilford MGFB Classic Glossy vs Matte

    It sounds like you're running the MG 500 on a different controller to the stock one. As it is, you will always get some differences between gloss and matte surfaces - especially if you are printing...
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    Re: 20x24 enlarger easel options

    The Kienzle easel seems to owe a lot of its DNA/ heritage to the 4-blade RR Beard - both are really the best 4-blade easels out there, but with considerable weight penalties - and I'm not sure if...
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    Re: Editioning

    Unless it's printed off a stone with the edition limitations that incurs, the litho plates used for most photolitho on manual presses today are essentially identical to those used for regular offset...
  28. Re: New FLM Ultralight Tripod for 8x10 and smaller

    The 42mm leg section one sounds very interesting - I've considered trying to find a Gitzo G1515 (or earlier variants), but the short 120cm/ 47" height has always rather dissuaded me. 130-140cm would...
  29. Re: New FLM Ultralight Tripod for 8x10 and smaller

    I've been hoping someone would dare to make a 2-section CF tripod for years - well done on getting FLM to give it a go! I take it that the initial batch will only be available from you & only for the...
  30. Re: LPL 4500 VCCE module repair manual needed

    The filters are just the regular CMY set, but geared/ cammed together such that they deliver a constant density - the main thing to be aware of is the exact gear relationships if you need to...
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    Re: Who is using a Heiland splitgrade system

    Once you get it tweaked for your particular processing procedures/ exposure preferences, it can get you to your first good print very fast - but it won't substitute for your judgement or...
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    Re: Who is using a Heiland splitgrade system

    Is this the halogen or LED Splitgrade?

    The halogen Splitgrade system essentially uses full yellow or full magenta output & meters/ analyses/ times those two exposures to match up with your...
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    Re: Gas Burst Chemistry Oxidation Questions

    Something else to consider is that Kodak were not terribly keen on gas burst deep tanks without significant additional manual agitation for either E-6 or C-41 - gas and manual agitation for C-41, gas...
  34. Re: quality problem with printfile negative pages

    Inking levels can vary over a print run/ between runs for reasons too boring to discuss. I've had variance in the white density on all types of Print File sleeves. There are many more important...
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    Re: Getting ready to purchase enlarger lens/s

    If you are within the optimal aperture and enlargement range of any of the lenses mentioned on this thread, you won't have field flatness issues. Enlarging lenses are designed to project a flat field.
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    Re: Getting ready to purchase enlarger lens/s

    In that case, get a 135 or 150 Rodagon/ Componon-S (or even a plain old Componon)/ EL-Nikkor for it & a 240 Rodagon/ Componon-S/ Componon/ EL-Nikkor for the 8x10. Down the line, if you are routinely...
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    Re: Mounting without a press?

    Oh, very much so - unless there's a good reason not to, into the dry mount press it goes. Must say though that the vacuum presses don't seem quite as consistent as the smaller more traditional ones.
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    Re: Getting ready to purchase enlarger lens/s

    You really don't need anything longer than a 150 for 4x5 unless you are mainly making small prints or internegs/ separation negs on to film etc. And you do not need a 210 unless you do 5x7 - the 240...
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    Re: Getting ready to purchase enlarger lens/s

    If you like how Rodagons work, get a set of 80/150/210/300mm. If you prefer Componon-S or EL-Nikkor, get those. How you get along with their handling is going to make more of a difference than hair...
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    Re: Mounting without a press?

    Even the powerful high-tack stuff can struggle to hold a determined FB print in place. It'll also quite happily strip all the hair from your skin if you lean on the exposed adhesive material - and...
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