As long as there is a demand, I'll be selling.
Originally Posted by Q.G.
Originally Posted by MOD_Photographic
Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!
Nothing beats a great piece of glass!
I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.
Originally Posted by Sirius Glass
I think i look like some history teacher!
I love it. Very cool. Looks to be a whole lot better than the HP CombiPlan that I'm using now.
I've been using the processor for the last 3 months and have not had any marks on the sheets.
Morgan, I haven't checked out your video instructions as yet, but I'm sure that they are more than informative.
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My thoughts exactly.
Originally Posted by fschifano
Mine just arrived today, and I think this is a really well designed piece of gear. After practicing with some old scratched negs for a couple of minutes, I found loading the holder to be almost automatic. Even if you jam 2 sheets into one slot, it's very easy to feel that you've done that, and just as easy to pull the offending sheet back to it's proper slot. I should mention that I discovered how easy this is to load before I watched Morgan's video.
Now I'm waiting for the film I ordered to arrive so I can get shooting again!
Thanks for designing these Morgan, and more importantly, for sharing them with the rest of us!
this makes me want to go out and buy a patterson 3 reel tank ..
i wish you made one that works with the stainless tanks ...
i never have been a fan of patterson / yankee reels.
Mine arrived the other day ! Almost ready to shoot my first few sheets of film (I was about to say rolls :P ).
Quick question though. How are these in 5 reel tanks ? I nabbed one off the auction site a few weeks back, but it does seem a tad tall !
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It should be fine. Tell you what to do. Wrap a rubber band around the spindle above the film holder so it doesn't slip when you invert it. There's supposed to be a clip that goes around the spindle, but these often go missing and that's no great loss. After a while they don't grip so well. The rubber band trick works every time. There's no need to fill the tank more than necessary.