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Old 09-30-2010, 04:29 PM
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"steal" from garlicpedia ~ USD132 for a Fujinon 210/5.6
CPE2 is a slow continuous rolling agitation contrary to some articles saying that ilford films require 10sec inversion/agitation for every minute. But the outcome of the continuous CPE2 was ok worr. Once you have continuous agitation like in the tank/drum, you need only small amount of chemistry as the liquid keep on rolling, IMO. So Neoro's system is pretty workable. For 8films 4x5 i used approx 500ml in the Jobo 2500 series tanks, and I have tried reusing them by addid 10% development time, each time
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"steal" from garlicpedia ~ USD132 for a Fujinon 210/5.6
CPE2 is a slow continuous rolling agitation contrary to some articles saying that ilford films require 10sec inversion/agitation for every minute. But the outcome of the continuous CPE2 was ok worr. Once you have continuous agitation like in the tank/drum, you need only small amount of chemistry as the liquid keep on rolling, IMO. So Neoro's system is pretty workable. For 8films 4x5 i used approx 500ml in the Jobo 2500 series tanks, and I have tried reusing them by addid 10% development time, each time
Its more like a give away for a LF Fujinon lens at that price.

For my tube @1:100 I only used 3ml stock per sheet, its not going to break my piggy bank but more importantly the results are much better then the 1:50 dilution, even development and details in the dark but holding back in the bright, can't hope for more
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really amazing shot!

i also like the group picture
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A rather tricky bit to snap this building, not to mention we only have 10 mins to take this shot after the security warned us of the No Entry Sign which we just entered :p Truly a test of gear familiarity and exposure estimation. The Bridge Cambodia
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