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View Poll Results: how many developers do you use ?

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  • none, a lab processes my film.

    2 0.97%
  • one

    63 30.43%
  • two

    78 37.68%
  • three

    38 18.36%
  • four

    9 4.35%
  • more than four...

    17 8.21%
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    I use no more than three, with two being my "work horses" (XTol for HP5 in MF and 35mm, also used for slower films when I use them. HC110 for TXP320 in LF)

    When I need to push, then TMax works fine.

    I try to use them all one-shot, so that I can rely on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer View Post
    So what is the acronym for film processing acquisition syndrome?
    Fo-pas ?
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    how many developers do you use, or have you settled on one

    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    the formulary sells formulary 130 which is ansco 130
    the coffee beans you use HAVE to be robusta
    store bought arabica won't do the trick ...

    have fuN !
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    What's Robusta, where do you find that?


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    there are 2 different kinds of beans, arabica ( shade grown, expensive, yadda yadda yadda )
    all the high grade coffee shops sell that ( except in the espresso but that's another thread )
    you will have to hunt around the internet to find robusta beans. a lot are grown in vietnam
    and indonesia, but still there are some varieties in african and central/south america ...

    i have lots of them, and would be happy to sell you some ...

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    how many developers do you use, or have you settled on one

    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    there are 2 different kinds of beans, arabica ( shade grown, expensive, yadda yadda yadda )
    all the high grade coffee shops sell that ( except in the espresso but that's another thread )
    you will have to hunt around the internet to find robusta beans. a lot are grown in vietnam
    and indonesia, but still there are some varieties in african and central/south america ...

    i have lots of them, and would be happy to sell you some ...
    Do they taste any good? (Before the ansco)


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Do they taste any good? (Before the ansco)


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    i drink a little bit of the coffee each time i make a batch
    it is typical of indonesian coffee a floral bouquet, no acid and heavy body - really "earthy" ...
    i would recommend using it for film and buying something else to drink ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
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    i would recommend using it for film and buying something else to drink ...
    I always get a laugh out of this advice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    i drink a little bit of the coffee each time i make a batch
    it is typical of indonesian coffee a floral bouquet, no acid and heavy body - really "earthy" ...
    i would recommend using it for film and buying something else to drink ...
    Actually at one time I was traveling to PNG fairly regular and picking up dried arabica beans. They were very inexpensive and I found the coffee to be very good. You have to understand, some of us were actually raised on REAL, hard-boiled, cowboy coffee, not that wussy stuff they sell at Starbucks and such!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer View Post
    Actually at one time I was traveling to PNG fairly regular and picking up dried arabica beans. They were very inexpensive and I found the coffee to be very good. You have to understand, some of us were actually raised on REAL, hard-boiled, cowboy coffee, not that wussy stuff they sell at Starbucks and such!
    Starbucks is actually pretty strong compared to most other places... but yes I've drank coffee the cowboy method.. throw grinds in a cup, throw hot water in a cup, drink ... grinds and all ... puts hair on your chest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Starbucks is actually pretty strong compared to most other places... but yes I've drank coffee the cowboy method.. throw grinds in a cup, throw hot water in a cup, drink ... grinds and all ... puts hair on your chest!
    Close, but not quite. You put water and a handful of coffee grounds in a small, tin pot. Put that on the fire and start it cooking. Now you start your bacon and eggs, but put the eggshells to the side. Once the bacon and eggs are finished the coffee pot should be boiling good. Take it off the fire, throw the eggshells in to settle the grounds and take a touch of the bitter off, then pour into your tin cup.

    I drank my coffee this way at home for years. The tin cup was reserved for camping trips but the coffee was made the same whether it was on the kitchen range or over a campfire. I think its also know as hobo brew. Puts coffee from a french press to shame.



 

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