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    Jobo makes a special concoction called "Processor Clean" which is specially formulated to get rid of all the various residues that accumulate in their rotary processors. Jobo recommends cleaning your machine with this preferably after each use.
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    Hehe, I had the same reaction too when I saw my first slides from my ATL (3000). The slides looked green-blueish in wet condition but they turned out fine.

    If you developed Fujifilm (E6) did you prolong the time in the first developer? A page on the jobo website said so.
    http://www.jobo.com/jobo_service/us_...three_bath.htm

    My first batch of film looked at bit dark and when I set the time in the first developer to 7:30 instead of 6:30 the film looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirik Berger
    Hehe, I had the same reaction too when I saw my first slides from my ATL (3000). The slides looked green-blueish in wet condition but they turned out fine.
    Mine's a CPE-2 - same reaction. Looks horrible wet, and horrible dry too. But at least the colours were correct - it's just that I stink at colour photography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirik Berger
    If you developed Fujifilm (E6) did you prolong the time in the first developer? A page on the jobo website said so.
    http://www.jobo.com/jobo_service/us_...three_bath.htm

    My first batch of film looked at bit dark and when I set the time in the first developer to 7:30 instead of 6:30 the film looks great.
    Sorry for the late reply...

    No, I developed Kodak film. The slides look about right to me. The instructions for the Jobo E-6 kit doesn´t mention anything about prolonged development for Fuji films.

    Trond

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