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    Quote Originally Posted by hdeyong View Post
    Love the second one. Definitely a keeper.
    Thanks you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Yea I saw that, figure it's just the "glow" from the pinhole.


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    That is what I'm thinking.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Hello Jon,
    I like your work, also the Magnolia Oak.
    What kind of camera do you use?
    Could yo upload an image of it?
    Greetings from Bert from Holland
    Thank you Bert!

    I built my cameras. Here is an image of both the 8x10 and the 4x5:

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    And you are getting an effective ISO of 80? Interesting. My Fuji X-ray is giving me an effective ISO of 200 (HC-110 1:50, 5 mins). Is this just due to the developer, or is it less sensitive in general? Do you know what it is sensitive to? I believe mine is green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EASmithV View Post
    And you are getting an effective ISO of 80? Interesting. My Fuji X-ray is giving me an effective ISO of 200 (HC-110 1:50, 5 mins). Is this just due to the developer, or is it less sensitive in general? Do you know what it is sensitive to? I believe mine is green.
    I was told to start at 80 ISO, and it has worked for me. I think it is also there reason for the longer development times that I need. My film is the green type.

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