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    I scanned my Nikor 4x5 instruction sheets in and put them in PDF format, if that's your preference.

    http://www.backglass.org/duncan/apug...structions.pdf

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    Nikor 4x5 development tank

    Quote Originally Posted by frobozz View Post
    I scanned my Nikor 4x5 instruction sheets in and put them in PDF format, if that's your preference.

    http://www.backglass.org/duncan/apug...structions.pdf

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    That's great! I'm saving this just in case, but the last page "Oftener" is that REALY a word? Just sounds improper somehow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Jealous, they are a few hundred dollars on eBay usually... Blah... Why Patterson/JOBO should buy the MOD54 patent and make them cheap (and in the US), just for me

    :grumbles: "stupid tacos...."


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    I've asked Hewes about whether they'd make them, indicating how much they were selling for on the used market, and they said it would be too expensive to manufacture today, and just to get a Jobo sheet film reel, even if they can't take as many sheets as the Nikor tank.

    Have you counted the spot welds on that thing? It's something like 120.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I've asked Hewes about whether they'd make them, indicating how much they were selling for on the used market, and they said it would be too expensive to manufacture today, and just to get a Jobo sheet film reel, even if they can't take as many sheets as the Nikor tank.

    Have you counted the spot welds on that thing? It's something like 120.
    You mean the MOD54? that thing is plastic... hewes wouldn't make it, I thought they only did metal parts... sure they might make a Nikkor tank but like they said too expensive for the small amount of clientele. But the Mod54 is just plastic, that thing could easily be mass manufactured by Paterson or JOBO.

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    Ah, no, I was talking about the Nikor reel.
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