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    FP4+, Acros 100, IR820, Ilford Ortho - All in 5x4 sheets. First weapon of choice is a Paterson Orbital tray with a Jobo 2521 or Combiplan tank as backup.
    Developer would be 510-pyro, D76/ID11, or Perceptol in various dilutions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sully75 View Post
    Please list your film size, film, chemicals and equipment, and a link to a sample picture, if you have one.
    4x5: Yankee tank; 5x7 home-built daylight tank (under construction).

    My film is Efke 100. I use Pyrocat-HD with extreme minimal development (30 minutes in the soup with gentle, 10 seconds of agitation at 7.5, 15, and 22.5 minutes. Water stop bath. Formulary TF-4 fixer. All alkaline process with no odors.

    Roll films (120) I develop in the Jobo cpa processor using ABC+ Rollo pyro; same water stop and alkaline fixer.

    Rich

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    4x5 in Combi-Plan. XTol 1-1. Never had a problem in 12 years.

    8x10 in home-made Combi-Plan-like tank (see attached) with 4 Kodak Hangers. Rodinal (1:50, 1:100). Adopted this method after continually scratching my negs using tray development. Very consistent development. Haven't had a problem.

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    This is pure genious

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Kanellos View Post
    4x5 in Combi-Plan. XTol 1-1. Never had a problem in 12 years.

    8x10 in home-made Combi-Plan-like tank (see attached) with 4 Kodak Hangers. Rodinal (1:50, 1:100). Adopted this method after continually scratching my negs using tray development. Very consistent development. Haven't had a problem.

    nk
    Do you load your film back to back on those hangers to double the film processing capacity of your tank?
    Thanks,
    Don

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    I do all my 4x5 in trays -- Most of it is orthochromatic or blue-only so I work pretty much according to my paper process, just with film developer.

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    Nick; I like that homemade 8x10 tank!

    4x5 TMY2 with Xtol 1:1 in Combiplan tank
    4x5 Efke 50 with Xtol 1:1 or Caffenol-C in Combiplan tank
    8x10 Fomapan 100 with Caffenol-C in 8x10 tray
    8x10 Fomapan 100 with Xtol 1:2 in 8x10 tray

    recent caffenol-c 4x5 test shot:

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    120 and 4x5 T-Max 100

    Jobo

    Split developed with Xtol 1:1 and D-76 1:1 (yes, BOTH developers on the same roll)

    stop and fix normally

    Selenium intensification for N+1
    Techpan in C-41 for N+2

    NO N minuses. Pre-flash film instead

    And that's all there is to it.
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    5x7
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    D-76 1:1
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    Nick,

    I'd be interested in hearing more details about your tank. Is that all metal? That looks pretty great.
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    Hi Sully75

    I use Jobo 3010 Expert Drums and 4x5 BTZS tubes for 4x5 and Jobo 3005 Expert Drums for 8x10 film. The films I use are 100 T-Max, 400 T-Max, FP4+ and HP5+. All my processing is done at 75 degrees. The cold water in the summer in Arizona is 85 to 90 degrees. I have a chiller that goes into my Intellifaucet to get the correct temperature. My developer of choice is Ilford Ilfotec DDX diluted 1+9.

    Fred Newman

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