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    Re: 8x10 film processing setup

    Those are tanks that were not used in Viet Nam.

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    Re: 8x10 film processing setup

    I use Jobo Expert Drums (3005x3) and a Unicolor non-reversing motor base. Or open trays if a sheet of film needs special attention during developing. If I have more than 5 negs to wash at one time, I will use the 8x10 SS hangers for washing. I have a big plastic tub made for a dozen or more at a time.

    The whine of the motor base can get on my nerves, but it nice processing film with the lights on. I can process in the kitchen, so I can just wash my hands and make a sandwich or grab a beer.
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    Re: 8x10 film processing setup

    I will add, my Calumet, Arkay, Rosy Products, tanks have light tight lids, I always turn on lights during Gas Burst until time for stop, but that's a short dunk and then into the bubbling fix, the wash tank is at front and needs no top

    I am like 5X7 and being able to process 8 at once is plenty
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