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    developing 8x10 color negs at home

    is there a good manual or online resources about this, including safety precautions? please provide a link. thanks.

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    Yeh! same but throw in E6 for me as well
    Cleared the bowel problem, working on the consonants...

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    Use the regular C-41 instructions with either a Jobo processor or a Unidrum and Uniroller. With the Unidrum you need to compensate for cool down during processing. Instructions exist.

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    http://www.jobo.com/jobo_service_ana...ocess_c-41.htm

    You can use either the Expert 8x10 drum or the 2800 series print drums.

    You might want to try it first with some roll film, as it could get real expensive fast if you make mistakes. There was a post a while back showing Fuji Color 8x10 be about $16 per sheet.

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    ic-racer:

    was this film cost and chemical cost combined?

    I can't see Fuji raising current prices to that level. I'd love to shoot some 8x10 astia and RVP50 .
    our local mtns. just got their first snow of the season.

    -Dan


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    I have been doing it in open trays. I use a food service tempering bath. Works fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    ic-racer:

    was this film cost and chemical cost combined?

    I can't see Fuji raising current prices to that level. I'd love to shoot some 8x10 astia and RVP50 .
    our local mtns. just got their first snow of the season.

    -Dan
    Dan,
    Here is a link: http://www.japanexposures.com/shop/p...roducts_id=207

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    IC-RACER,

    yes, that is crazy expensive... but B&H has it listed for 1/2 that price....

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._160S_8_x.html

    -Dan




 

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