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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren View Post
    clip....
    Unloading and developing film?
    No problem at all. Just take care when agitating (Diafine) oh and drying?
    that clothespin idea was a disaster. Plastic wont go cause the negs slipped off. wood worked better but leaves some nasty marks on the negs. Will try those metal office things.
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    I use film hangers and after the wash and photoflow I just let them dry in the hangers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    hi søren
    welcome to the club. that is one nice "beginners choise"

    I am actually planning a week-end with LF camera in the spring...

    maybe we can have a shoot out?

    never mind your super angulon.... Now the fun begins!
    I have a lot of old NICE lenses that can cover 13x18..
    come and see/try..
    and then your hunt can begin!

    I'd love that. You will offcource bring an 8X10 or something bigger, Right?
    Let us know when it'll be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freygr View Post
    I use film hangers and after the wash and photoflow I just let them dry in the hangers.

    Gordon
    Can you get filmhangers for 5X7"/13X18cm cheapy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soeren View Post
    Can you get filmhangers for 5X7"/13X18cm cheapy?
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    I've been very lucky so far, as they are not making new one's. I've gotten one lot off ebay and I'm looking at a second lot now.
    It's not the camera......

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    I have used Quickloads in a Polaroid holder. No worries. Cheers Michael

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    Ohh my old thread revived after almost 5 years
    Im not sure exactly what question you ansver but I can update my own info. I dont shoot that much LF these days but when I do I develop in drums and hang the sheets in those metal office dingies and it worrks like a charm. I also shoot a bit 4X5" and 9X12 cm developing using joboholders.
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