Originally Posted by StoneNYC
It doesn't fully drain so the stop and fix take much longer and more Heavily contaminate and dilute the chemistry, it light leaks in bright sunlight.
Plus I hate hand rolling it all, I want a bulk loader and can't afford one.
I hate dealing with SS reels I like plastic auto loading reels.
Call me lazy but I come from 4 generations of engineers and so poor design and lack of ease in use REALY bugs me, 70mm could have been WAY better than 120 but had a lot of design flaws.
I still like it, I like the sprockets... I'm addicted and annoyed that I am haha
Get a Jobo 2521 tank (or longer, like a 2551) and two reels. Light proof, non-leaky, easy-loading plastic spirals, though can do only 220-lengths. You can do the same thing with a Paterson tank.
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