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    Jason Lane Dry Plate

    I used a stoneaged Rodenstock Bistigmat 9x12
    It has around 150mm focus length and a speed of f/15
    Made of two singe lenses.
    Here I used f/20 and the exposure time were 8 minutes.
    I develoed the plate in the Adox FX-39 II developer.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Nice results.


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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Really nice work. Iíve been curious about these plates.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    They are a lot of fun, especially if using historical gear.


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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Quote Originally Posted by Two23 View Post
    They are a lot of fun, especially if using historical gear.


    Kent in SD
    I’m an old fart, does that count as historical gear?
    I ordered my first box of 5x7 plates this evening
    Looking forward to seeing how they work out

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Photographs like yours finally pushed me over the edge to try these for myself. I just received my first box of 4x5 plates a week or so ago and am looking forward to shooting with them.
    Reid

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Just did the same. Now to figure out how to adapt the film holder.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Thankfully I was able to find some 4x5 plate holders. I've seen a few mentions across the internet that people have good luck adapting pack film holders for use with plates.
    Reid

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Plus, Jason has his Kickstarter to manufacture new plate holders. If all goes as planned, they should be available to purchase next year.

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    Re: Jason Lane Dry Plate

    Shot my first couple of plates. This one came out the best. I got the exposure about right but under-developed it a bit. Shot at ASA 1 and developed it in Rodinal 1+50. Pre-Anniversary Speed Graphic, 150mm Zeiss Tessar.
    Reid

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