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    Hey Chris,

    I just processed 60 sheets today and had no problems, no jumping or touching. That was 320 tri-x in R09 (Rodinal equiv.) 1+25 20 Degrees 8.5 mins, inverting 1/min.

    What film are you using and what chemicals? Would be interesting to know.

    I'm assuming that your using it in the Paterson tank and have the black inner tube in?

    I've made a new video to update my technique and did a test showing it. I'll post it later.

    Cheers,

    Morgan.

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    HC-110 B, TXP320 (what are the odds?) and Delta 100. It was a mixed bag, to test reversal speeds. Developed for about 12 minutes; agitation might've been excessive.

    And yes, the tube was in.

    I look forward to the video, and I have a feeling that my inversions were just a bit too "he-man". I'll be sure to report back though.

    best!
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    Hey All,

    So i did this little video to demonstrate how i use the processor, a bit of an update on the last vid. It also shows what happens if you really give it a good shake.

    Hope it helps,

    Let me know,

    Morgan.

    http://youtu.be/o0Hs7DxCkBg

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    What a coincidence!!!
    I bought that Paterson Multi-Reel 3 and i never used yet even once, i was hoping to develop 2 120 films at once but i always end up developing only one roll, but now with that MOD-processoer, i feel i will have a big use for this Paterson 3 Tank, i have Combi-Plan and BTZS, bought them just as a spare and before they can be discontinued, but i didn't use any of them, that Combi plan seems bad if i will develop only 1-2 sheets for 1L of chemicals, but if i will develop 6 at once then this will be handy, i use 1L to develop 2 120 rolls, and about BTZS i still don't understand the videos uploaded, it is like it is shortened and deleted more details, i am not that American or English person who can understand a video of 5-10minutes, let's say the most thing i care about for BTZS is how much chemicals i need to use for 4x5 and also how can change chemicals if in daylight or dim light without fogging the film, i may not be as quick as it should be then to have the risk to corrupt things, so i didn't use that BTZS as well, now this MOD-Processor looks like so tempting and way easier than the other two because i got used to use tanks all the time, changing to another processor types may not help me how to do it properly.

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    Morgan,

    Good video instructions on the "proper" way to use the processor. The first time I used it, I pretty much made a mess of things - thought it would be the same as 35mm or 120. However, lately, using a "gentle" inversion, I've successfully processed my last batches of film.

    I still believe that your processor is a great invention and gives us Newbees to the world of large format the means to develop our film without the need of sending it out to a lab.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtheld View Post

    ...I still believe that your processor is a great invention and gives us Newbees to the world of large format the means to develop our film without the need of sending it out to a lab.

    Dave
    Never mind just the newbies. This device is probably one of the neatest things I've ever seen for 4x5 film processing. If I didn't already have an HP CombiPlan tank and actually processed enough 4x5 film to justify the cost, I'd be all over that thing like white on rice.
    Frank Schifano

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    Hey David,

    Glad your enjoying it.

    Morgan.

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    more on ebay now-

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...STRK:MESELX:IT

    cheers,

    morgan.

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    8x10

    I haven't read this entire thread which is now quite long. But I wonder about an 8x10 version that could fit in a Jobo 2000 series drum or something commonly available.

    It would us a lot of chemistry, but with 3005 drums fetching >$500 an alternative might be compelling.
    Jerold Harter MD

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    Thank you Morgan,

    mine arrived in fine shape and works very well, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.



 

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