Anyone have any experience with the FB 12 sheet 4x5 film tank? I shot some OOD Kodak Ektapan 100 today, looked up Rodinal and Ektapan on the Digital Truth Master Dev Chart and found 1:50 dilution, 13 min @ 21C/70F. The Rodinal was a new bottle I purchased 2 years ago and kept in the dark and never uncorked until today. (guess I shouldn't have jumped the gun 2 years ago, but I THOUGHT I'd have a darkroom in a month!) I know it was just supposed to be a starting point, but man were the resulting negs thin! Is this normal? I processed 8 sheets at once and agitation was akward at best with this FB tank; could this have to do with the flatness of the image? I thought Rodinal was a contrasty developer... I had to contact print this neg with a #5 Ilford VC filter onto Ilford MGIV RC Deluxe Paper to get any contrast at all! The scan is of the print and adjusted to as closely match the print as possible; I do not have a transparency adapter... Be nice now, it's the first time I ever shot on 4x5. Camera: Crown Graphic 135 Schneider f4.7 OOD Kodak Ektapan 1/15th @ f22.5 no filtration Print: 4x5 contact print 20 sec #5 Ilford VC filter What have I left out?