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    Hello PE,

    Have you ever come across a suitable vAg electrode (make and model) that is currently available?

    Thanks,

    Bob M.
    Last edited by rmazzullo; 01-04-2009 at 07:41 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: corrected statement

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    Well, then that is probably the fast component of the film. IDK for sure, as I thought it was the fast component of Royal X pan or one similar.

    PE

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmazzullo View Post
    Hello PE,

    Have you ever come across a suitable vAg electrode manufacturer / model that we can use for emulsion work?

    Thanks,

    Bob M.
    No. Sorry.

    PE

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    I just found the discussion on the "HCO2 as a photo dopant" thread discussing electrodes. I've been heading in the wrong direction with this. I imagine there are other threads regarding the electrode question as well.

    I should have searched the forum and done some homework before posting.

    Thanks,

    Bob M.

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    2475 Recording Film was also an extended-red emulsion that was great for photographing nudes. Beautiful texture from the grain on skin tones. High speed. Sigh. It was my favorite film.

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    So Bob, where have you been heading and what have you found?

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    Note new signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Keyes View Post
    So Bob, where have you been heading and what have you found?
    Well, it's kind of hard to say....my first emulsion reactor hasn't worked out too well, so I have to rethink a couple of things. Oh well...back to the drawing board.

    Bob M.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmazzullo View Post
    Well, it's kind of hard to say....my first emulsion reactor hasn't worked out too well, so I have to rethink a couple of things. Oh well...back to the drawing board.

    Bob M.
    Emulsion reactor?

    I thought you were making whiskey. That certainly looks like a fancy still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Szabo View Post
    Emulsion reactor?

    I thought you were making whiskey.
    THAT'S what that smell was !! No wonder why it didn't coat!!!
    Last edited by rmazzullo; 01-05-2009 at 09:58 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: corrected typo

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