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    First shooting and developing 4x5

    Hello everyone, new here. I'm from Slovakia, the heart of Europe...Took my cheap Calumet Cadet with Nikkor W 150mm F5.6 lens to Dayton Airshow, this was the second shot I took (then 4 more) and developed in a hotel bathroom (business trip in USA). You should see me when I opened up the lid on the Paterson tank and examined my B's 4x5 reel. The grin on my face. Used Xtol stock, film is Delta 100.
    Looking forward to more, and also to get a scanner.

    Good light to all

    Danny
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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Cool!!!
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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    I wish I had never sold my Cal Cadet, but I still use the case.

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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I wish I had never sold my Cal Cadet, but I still use the case.
    Hi, i got it of the bay for 100 dollars and looking at a wood field camera in near future, so Cadet will be up for grabs, cheap
    I like the Chamonix a lot.

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    A good deal! When they first came out, I considered buying a couple for our university photo program...but student equipment should be built like battle tanks.

    I have a Chamonix 11x14 -- nicely made.
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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Quote Originally Posted by Danny B View Post
    Hello everyone, new here. I'm from Slovakia, the heart of Europe...Took my cheap Calumet Cadet with Nikkor W 150mm F5.6 lens to Dayton Airshow, this was the second shot I took (then 4 more) and developed in a hotel bathroom (business trip in USA). You should see me when I opened up the lid on the Paterson tank and examined my B's 4x5 reel. The grin on my face. Used Xtol stock, film is Delta 100.
    Looking forward to more, and also to get a scanner.

    Good light to all

    Danny
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    Very nice!

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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Well done, Danny.

    Keep it up.

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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Like!
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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Nicely seen.


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    Re: First shooting and developing 4x5

    Thank you guys.... the response does put a smile on my face....

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