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Re: [Rollei] More OT Jobo advice
- Subject: Re: [Rollei] More OT Jobo advice
- From: Jeffery Smith <jls >
- Date: Mon, 05 May 2003 19:56:14 -0500
- References: <18.104.22.168.0.20030505181343.0293ade8 >
I am in the tropics, but have AC. I will probably have to chill some water
and then bring it up to the desired range. I doubt that I will ever mess
with E-6 or C41 (all of my past color work has been Cibachrome, but I did
fool around with Unicolor and Beseler color stuff only to find it lousy in
results). I'd love to settle on one developer (HC110, XTOL, or D76
probably) and perfect it.
Thanks for the reply. This helps a lot.
At 05:25 PM 5/5/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>If all you are going to do is B&W film and you don't work in a tropical
>environment the less expensive ones (CPE or CPA) will do just fine. What
>you give up by going with the less expensive models is:
> Temperature control +/- .2 degree vs. .1 degree (matters for C-41
> Ability to LOWER the temperature of the drum (using a presumably
> cold sink connection)
> Ability to use the really big Expert drum for very large prints
>If these compromises are OK then the more modest JOBO will work great.
>At 06:15 PM 5/5/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>>I need greater consistency in my B&W film developing. I scan all film and
>>PS it. Which model of JOBO is the right one for doing 35mm and 120 roll
>>film in B&W? (of course the most expensive one is the best, but in my
>>situation, that aint gonna happen).