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    Nikor sheet film tank. Very expensive nowadays. Glad I got mine a few years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panastasia View Post
    I use 5x7 trays. Someone on another thread was asking about where to find 4x5 trays. Where did you find those?

    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum43/6...ing-trays.html
    I looked for a long time and never found them. I pretty well gave up. Then, I got three by chance from a friend. She had bought a $150 darkroom setup advertised in our local Craig's List classifieds, and the 4x5 trays were included. I got so excited that she just gave them to me.
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    I develop two sheets of 6.5x9 at a time in a Jobo 1520 type tank. Remove the reels from the tank, toss aside. Put the center fill-post back into the tank. While supporting the fill-post, insert one sheet of film into the tank with the emulsion side facing away from the fill-post. Insert another sheet into the tank on the opposite side of the fill-post in the same manner. Cap and fill your tank to the top of the fill-post with developer. Develop as normal.
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    I have a sheet film reel that does 6 sheets and process it in a daylight tank. I also have used an old Yankee sheet film tank.
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    The Jobo works best for me. The Nikkor tank should work well if you can find one. I used one a few times many years ago, and I was quite happy with it. I have used the Yankee tank many times, but I've been getting inconsistent, splotchy results sometimes with 2X3 sheets. I haven't tried the Combiplan tank, but it also takes that film size.

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