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    Kodak #5 Hangers

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    from all reports
    FR tanks work well
    but there is a learning curve
    to figure out how to load and agitate them.
    i don't do 2x3 or 3x4 ... but tray process most all the sheets i shoot.
    bad hanger experiences ruined my whole day ...
    silver magnets, trickle tanks sold
    artwork often times sold for charity
    PM me for details

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    For what it is worth I use one or the other of these tanks, which Freestyle has.
    Works for me and my style or technique. I pick which tank based on just how many sheets I need to develop.
    Then again your results may be different.

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/459809...id?cat_id=1603

    http://www.freestylephoto.biz/4945-Y...nk?cat_id=1603

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    I have a Yankee that I got years ago and never had a problem with it. Some will say that they are junk though.

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    If you're willing use tray processing, there's a dandy, cheap solution in the grocery store. (Although that HP Combi Plan T looks like a fun gadget!)
    http://www.thelightfarm.com/cgi-bin/...tent=13Dec2011

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    Nikor made a nifty little holder for 6 sheets of 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 film that fit into a SS 120 tank. It came with a feeder that helped you place the film in correctly, though I don't think it's necessary. I just bought one at the PHSNE show, new-in-box. Look around for one or PM me. I have two now and might think of selling one for a princely sum.

    OOPS! Didn't notice the date on the OP. Probably not still looking...

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    Nikor 2x3 cut film tank

    Does anyone have a copy of the instructions for using a Nikor 2x3 cut film insert (tank). The instructions are harder to find than the inserts! Thanks so much

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    I've developed 2x3 sheet film in trays, stainless hangers in deep tanks of various sizes, and in the Yankee tank. I second donkee, I've always had fine results with the Yankee tank, that's my favorite way of doing 2x3, 3x4, and 4x5 sheet film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPLBOUND View Post
    Does anyone have a copy of the instructions for using a Nikor 2x3 cut film insert (tank). The instructions are harder to find than the inserts! Thanks so much
    One of these just sold for $25 on ebay three days ago, and had the instructions with it!

    Duncan

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    My Combi-Plan won't hold 2x3, the smallest size is 6.5cm x 9cm. I just used a film clip to dip and dunk my 2x3 in a small Paterson tank in the dark of course. Worked ok for the few sheets I had to process.

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