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    Bob;

    There were a number of comments on this change. Maybe you eliminate the change when you use the CAII process, IDK.

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    Bob;

    There were a number of comments on this change. Maybe you eliminate the change when you use the CAII process, IDK.

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    CAII is definitly changed, initial auto set ups and upkeep prints came out quite magenta. Having never used a color darkroom, and fuji's user manual not really explaining exactly what each one does, I can only assume they automatically change the baseline filtration used for printing on a particular roll of paper. FWIW, between two batches of paper, the most upkeep prints I've needed to run has been 3 or 4. When initially changing to CAII, we had to run well over 10 and if memory serves me it's somewhere in the 20's.

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    I recently processed in trays using PE's method , 68 degrees using the Fuji Crystal archive paper it worked very well.
    I ran Kodak RT chemistry. I have a roller transport machine that will do 20 inch prints but perfer this method when doing small prints because I do not have to mix up that much chemistry. I only mixed up a one liter batch of the developer and bleach and was able to run quite a few prints. I was very impressed! I used a stop bath between developer and bleach. I used the developer with out adding starter. I have a Kodak #13 safe light that is very dim, but provides enough light when your eyes adjust. It does not fog the paper. I keep one hand dry and the other I wear a Nitrile glove to flip the print around in the chemistry. This is an excellent way to print color and not have to print all day like I do when I fire up the roller transport processor. I have a low volume Mohr Pro processor, it is very well built and does a fine job.
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