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    Not yet. I won't be back home until the weekend.
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    Morgan,

    If you come up with a 5x7" version I would be very much interested in it.

    You really should mention in the title of the item that reel also fits the more common 4x5" film Title is what most people use for finding items in eBay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verney View Post
    Morgan,

    If you come up with a 5x7" version I would be very much interested in it.

    You really should mention in the title of the item that reel also fits the more common 4x5" film Title is what most people use for finding items in eBay.
    I've been thinking about it and sort of trying it out, but that extra inch makes it much more complicated. without getting to technical about it, the sheets would be curved beyond 45 degrees, which would make them have to fixed in place and not rely on tension. Terrible description, but it amazing what an inch can do to design (no pun intended).

    The 4x5 or 5x4 description, i thought depended which side of the pond your on. Normally 4x5 is an American term and 5x4 European, but as your in Finland that's completely thrown that idea.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbsc View Post
    Not yet. I won't be back home until the weekend.
    Hey Michael,

    Looking forward to your thoughts and results. Something which i will add to my very basic instructions is that I do invert the tank.

    Alot of people ask me this.

    Cheers,

    Morgan.

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    I recently bought 2. Didn't have time to shoot until now.


    This is just a Magic bullet :
    1)So easy to load, no need to try, first load perfect fit. A breeze.
    2)Easy fill and dump which is the (unique..I hate their reels) quality of Paterson tank.
    3)PERFECT neg with gentle agitation and inversion.

    It's the ideal system for small runs and Pyro dev in daylight tank.

    Basically one dries when I use the other one.
    Casual shoot with Graflex on the streets of L.A meaning 6 sheets per day.
    It's a no brainer.
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    G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guillaume Zuili View Post
    I recently bought 2. Didn't have time to shoot until now.


    This is just a Magic bullet :
    1)So easy to load, no need to try, first load perfect fit. A breeze.
    2)Easy fill and dump which is the (unique..I hate their reels) quality of Paterson tank.
    3)PERFECT neg with gentle agitation and inversion.

    It's the ideal system for small runs and Pyro dev in daylight tank.

    Basically one dries when I use the other one.
    Casual shoot with Graflex on the streets of L.A meaning 6 sheets per day.
    It's a no brainer.
    :-)

    G.
    Thanks very much. Glad your finding it useful.

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    I've made a vid on my processors.

    Hopefully this may help in explaining how it works.



    No whitty commments on my presenting style.

    Cheers,

    Morgan.

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    Your presentation style is quite o.k.

    A question: does the holder leave marks at the edges of the sheets, where the film is in contact with the holder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    Your presentation style is quite o.k.

    A question: does the holder leave marks at the edges of the sheets, where the film is in contact with the holder?
    In my experience no. I think that that sheets are continuously wet for most of the process so i suspect liquid probably helps prevent marking.

    But, there are several users on here who have bought one so you could also check with them.

    Cheers,

    Morgan.
    Last edited by MOD_Photographic; 11-02-2010 at 02:41 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Thanks.
    If you don't get marks, they will not either, i think.

    Another question: is this a 'limited' availability product, or could i get one, say, 6 months from now too?
    I ask because i think i will want to buy one, but not quite now.

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