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  1. #131

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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.

  2. #132

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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.

  5. #135

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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.

  8. #138

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    I don't know where i lost my Paterson 3 reel tank, but once i will find it i will order that MOD tool

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    Any chance of a 5x7 version?
    Technological society has succeeded in multiplying the opportunities for pleasure, but it has great difficulty in generating joy. Pope Paul VI

    So, I think the "greats" were true to their visions, once their visions no longer sucked. Ralph Barker 12/2004

  10. #140

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    I also use one of these, and I find it to be much easier to load than the HP Combiplan holder. I have discovered that very gentle agitation is an absolute necessity for using this holder in the Patterson tank. I agitated a little bit to vigorously and had a sheet of film get ruined as it had several areas where the emulsion was scraped off. I have done very gentle agitation since then, and I have not had any problems since then.

    Thank You Morgan for making these processors. I have put mine to good use by processing 12 sheets of 4x5 sheet film every week for a photography class that I am taking this quarter.

    Daniel King



 

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