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Large Format Photography Forum
  Aggiornato Sat, 08 Dec 2018 13:54:01 GMT
Descrizione A discussion forum on large format phtography http://largeformatphotography.info
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Ebony cameras
Categoria Cameras & Camera Accessories
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Descrizione: Have an interest in the Ebony 23 view cameras. Does anyone know what lenses they will take (how short, how long) for either the 23S, or the 23SW? Or...  altro...
Have an interest in the Ebony 23 view cameras. Does anyone know what lenses they will take (how short, how long) for either the 23S, or the 23SW? Or even how much smaller they are than the 45?

The Ebony site is gone, and this info is not easy to find.

Thanks!
I have found tbe scanner limit
Categoria Digital Processing
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Descrizione: After scanning some difficult slides the last couple of days I have come to realize that exposing a slide for visualization on light table or...  altro...
After scanning some difficult slides the last couple of days I have come to realize that exposing a slide for visualization on light table or projection will need t sna worth a craywhen it has deep shadows such as at sunrise where you expose to avoid blowing out sky. For these scenes, stell not ed to expose for the shadows bich means using a vradnd or 2. For my 75mm Nikkor f/4.5, I definitely need a center spot filter. The very vignetting at sunrise and sunset isvery obvious and annoying.

I will be sending a couple slides giving me fits to get drum scanned to alidafe I have found the limitation of the V850.
Can anyone tell me about the King Concepts Enterprise Automatic Still Film Processor?
Categoria Darkroom: Equipment
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Descrizione: https://denver.craigslist.org/pho/d/enterprise-film-processor/6765943750.html I'm not actually intereseted in buying it just curious about it. Has...  altro...
https://denver.craigslist.org/pho/d/...765943750.html
I'm not actually intereseted in buying it just curious about it.
Has anyone heard of one of these things?
I assume it takes some sort of drum.
Bryan
What to Buy for Film Processing
Categoria Darkroom: Film, Processing & Printing
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Descrizione: So far just this month I've spent about $100 for film processing. That includes mailing for 4x5 sheets and dry plates. I think the charge was $2.50...  altro...
So far just this month I've spent about $100 for film processing. That includes mailing for 4x5 sheets and dry plates. I think the charge was $2.50 per sheet. I think I'm finally at the point where it might be cheaper for me to learn how to do it myself? I've always been a little intimidated by it, but it just can't be that hard. In order of quantity here's what I shoot: FP4 4x5, HP5 4x5, Lane plates 4x5, 5x7 FP4, 5x7 Lane plates, Portra 400 4x5 (will switch to Ektar 4x5), and rolls of FP4 & HP5 in 120, 35mm, 127. Yeah, it's a lot of formats, but 4x5 is probably 90% of it. So, what method? I'm leaning towards the SP445 tank because it's simple and uses small amounts of chemistry. I would do 4x5 sheets in it. I'm aware it can do plates too, but I think I'm better off tray developing those so I can get the best exposure out of them. They're expensive and the exposure isn't so precise so doing them one at a time in a tray seems to me to be the way to go. I have the reels/tanks for 120-35mm--127 but don't do enough of it to mess with it right away. I don't shoot much color film and don't want to mess with it at all. So, I guess I'm looking at processing 4x5 FP4, HP5, and plates only, to start with.

I have no idea what chemicals to get. I want something simple that's hard to screw up, and repeatable. I'm mostly after a more vintage look but that's secondary to "simple." I sometimes do push HP5 to ISO 800 but if that adds much difficulty I could continue to send it out. This will be done in my bathroom, which is very dark at night. I have a red safe light already for loading the plates. I'm wanting to know what chemicals I need and any other equipment (such as thermometer, timer, etc.) Considering I'm paying $2.50 + shipping for processing now, am I really going to save that much money? My main frustration isn't money, it's the 1 to 2 week turn around on getting my negatives back. Any suggestions? Is there a video on YouTube or somewhere that is really good?

I think I'll start with film processing with the SP4455, move to dry plates in a tray, then 5x7 sheet film & plates. Is there a chemical that can do both film & plates?


Kent in SD
Help me get ColorGetter Falcon Drum Scanner running ?
Categoria Digital Hardware
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Descrizione: hey i have ColorGetter Falcon Drum Scanner i would like to get up and running could you suggest me what software to use and what OS will it work on...  altro...
hey i have ColorGetter Falcon Drum Scanner i would like to get up and running could you suggest me what software to use and what OS will it work on and what do i need for it ? i have only the scanner with drums no cables etc.
thanks
schneider center filter on rodenstock lens?
Categoria Lenses & Lens Accessories
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Descrizione: Hello would it be usable to put a 82mm IV scheneider center filter (+1.5) on a 115 6.8 grandagon? would it be usable to put a 67mm III...  altro...
Hello

would it be usable to put a 82mm IV scheneider center filter (+1.5) on a 115 6.8 grandagon?

would it be usable to put a 67mm III scheneider center filter (+1.5) on: a 98 6.8 grandagon?, a 75mm wa nikkor, a 55mm apo grandagon?

there are manufacturer´s instructions, i know, and Dan´s paper, but can anyone comment on usability or problems?

Thanks


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Wista 45d
Categoria Cameras & Camera Accessories
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Descrizione: Hi there, I have a old Wista 45D (i think) and managed to break the ground glass focusing screen recently. I have purchased a grided screen from...  altro...
Hi there,
I have a old Wista 45D (i think) and managed to break the ground glass focusing screen recently. I have purchased a grided screen from ebay but this seems not to fit. Does anyone have any advice how I can get a screen for this old beauty. Many thanks in advance!
Cheers
Post your Photos of Plants, Shrubs and Leaves
Categoria Image Sharing (LF) & Discussion
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Descrizione: I see threads for flowers and for trees, but nothing for in between. So... Here's one to start it off. Graflex Crown Graphic 45. Rodenstock...  altro...
I see threads for flowers and for trees, but nothing for in between. So...

Here's one to start it off. Graflex Crown Graphic 45. Rodenstock Sironar 240mm f5.6 at f32. Ilford FP4 Plus at box speed. XTOL 1:3 15min. Two continuous lights.

Aloe vera plant by Howard Sandler, on Flickr
Request for Sinar F2 owners: need distance from rail center to lensboard center
Categoria Cameras & Camera Accessories
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Descrizione: Hi all, i'm planning a large format camera build which will probably use some Sinar parts. It would be great if an owner of a Sinar F2 could...  altro...
Hi all,

i'm planning a large format camera build which will probably use some Sinar parts. It would be great if an owner of a Sinar F2 could measure the distance from the Rail center to the lensboard center with the front standard in it's middle position as well as fully shifted down to the stop.

I don't need very precise measurements, +/- 5mm is ok.

Thanks in advance!
B&W KING 13 x18cm Format Stainless Steel Film Developing Tank to complete production
Categoria New Products
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Descrizione: Recently, production of the B&W KING 13x18cm stainless steel development tank has been completed.In this way, B&W KING has 4X5, 5X7 and 13X18cm...  altro...
Recently, production of the B&W KING 13x18cm stainless steel development tank has been completed.In this way, B&W KING has 4X5, 5X7 and 13X18cm products of three specifications, which can be provided to different photographers.

B&W KING 13 x18cm Format Stainless Steel Film Developing Tank
Model: BWG - 08
Size:13x18cm Load 6 once a time films
Height: 195 mm
Diameter: 110 mm
Capacity: 1350 ml
Weight: 1350 g
Material: stainless steel
13x18cm film mount, 3mm higher than 5X7.Special 13X18cm film, not suitable for 5 "X7" film development.

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B&W KING 5 x7 Format Stainless Steel Film Developing Tank
Model: BWG - 06
Size: 5x7 "Load 6 once a time films
Height: 195 mm
Diameter: 110 mm
Capacity: 1350 ml
Weight: 1320 g
Material: stainless steel

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B&W KING 4 x5 'Format Stainless Steel Film Developing Tank
Model: BWG - 01
Size: 4x5 "Load 10 once a time films
Height: 170 mm
Diameter: 110 mm Ø
Capacity: 1050 ml
Weight: 1250 g
Material: stainless steel

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I'm a retired photographer.Now 65 years old, I designed and produced B&W KING for eight years.
Any large - format photographer has strict selection criteria for photographic equipment.When I develop film, I find that many development tanks have different advantages and disadvantages.Later, I came up with the idea of designing a developing tank for my own use.B&W KING was first designed for my own use, and I was the first user of B&W KING.
B&W KING is a new brand that I believe will be recognized, accepted and liked by photographers in more countries.
The photographer of this website buys, can enjoy preferential price.
http://www.bw-king.com/

I can't speak English, this is a computer translation, may not be accurate, please forgive me.

Thank you moderator of the website, thank you.
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