Did you know you can develop 2 films at once on one
reel? Load them back to back. Easier with 35mm than
6x6! 35mm film is thicker, probably due to their movie
heritage. Kinda outdated...
On Friday, September 1, 2023 at 17:02(ET)re:
Re: [OM] I have Jobo! Nikkor. Stain ï¿½
end of story
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> On Sep 1, 2023, at 1:37 PM, Chris Weir <chris.a.weir@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm using a Paterson System 4. The one with two spirals. Can do 2x35mm,
> 1x127 or 1x120/220. I bought it recently and have had no problems with it.
> Identical to the one I had 35 years ago.
>> On Fri, 1 Sept 2023 at 21:25, Nathan Wajsman <photo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> This afternoon I ruined yet another film in a Jobo tank. Apparently
>> production standards have sunk so low that it is impossible to invert the
>> tank without half of the developer spilling out. The result is that the
>> film does not get properly developed. Very frustrating. Those of you who
>> are using film, which tanks and spirals do you use?
>> Nathan Wajsman
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