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 31 
 on: Today at 10:20:59 am 
Started by Endeavour - Last post by Endeavour
I've sold my film cameras, so I no longer need to do any developing at home

I'm selling my entire processing kit:

Jobo CPP2 processor with lift
Spare part rail kit
Foot pump for tanks
All Beakers and containers

Jobo drums:
1 x Expert 3010 (processes up to 10 sheets of 4x5 film) includes sponge
1 x 2523 for (processes 35mm up to 4x5 film)
3 x 2553 tanks
1 x 2583
1 x 2560

Plus reels for 135, 120 and 4x5 film

I'll also include a load of C41, E6 and B&W chemicals

Item is in Toronto and it's not really practical to ship.

Asking $3500 cad (approx $2600 usd)














 32 
 on: Today at 10:20:06 am 
Started by RSL - Last post by RSL
A Sermon in Light

 33 
 on: Today at 10:19:37 am 
Started by fgorga - Last post by fgorga
 300 mm f/4 lens with 36 mm extension tube
 exposure 1/350 sec, f/11, ISO 400


 34 
 on: Today at 10:17:23 am 
Started by RSL - Last post by RSL
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 35 
 on: Today at 10:15:19 am 
Started by soboyle - Last post by soboyle
I'm in the market for a 24" printer, have been researching HP, Canon and Epson 24" printers. Reading the posts here about the Epson 7570, it sounds like, after much difficulty and wasted paper and ink, the printer is working as expected with the latest firmware. I haven't settled on a printer yet, but have always used Epson 17" printers, so I tend to lean that way when looking for a new printer.

One question I have is about their claim that "automatic maintenance can check nozzle health without using any ink, assuring the best print quality time after time". Any insight about how this works without pushing ink through the head, and how effective it is?

It's relatively early days for this printer, but any consensus about head clogging and how this printer rates in this regard? It's my only hesitation with this printer, having suffered it with every 17" Epson printer I've owned. I'll be a single user printing my own work, not a commercial shop using it every day. If I understand it right, the HP Z9+ wakes up and does automatic head maintenance. It's one of several reasons it's high on my list. If Epson's "automatic maintenance" can do an equivalent job without using ink, then it might seal the deal. But my guess is that I will have to do manual daily or weekly printing or nozzle checks with the 7570 just to keep it in good form.

 36 
 on: Today at 09:55:15 am 
Started by Dinarius - Last post by Dinarius
Sorted now.

Just took some experimentation.

Mixed inks working fine for me. But, I'm looking for an image I'm happy with - very close to what I'm seeing on the monitor - rather than exactly what I'm seeing on the monitor.

PR Pearl is lovely paper. More subtle than Baryta.

Thanks for the feedback.

D.

 37 
 on: Today at 09:48:10 am 
Started by KLaban - Last post by RSL
The series is technically fantastic stuff, Keith, but it gives me the creeps.

 38 
 on: Today at 09:45:29 am 
Started by RSL - Last post by RSL
Yes, Rayyan. It gets its name because if it has babies in a nest and something approaches the nest it'll go limping away to let the critter know it's injured and catchable. Actually, it's not catchable, but by the time the critter finds that out it's far away from the nest.

 39 
 on: Today at 09:43:55 am 
Started by shadowblade - Last post by KLaban
Certainly but my point is that the price of introduction is much higher.

Cheers,
Bernard

Bernard, understood.

My point was the higher the initial price the higher the possible and likely future reductions.

 40 
 on: Today at 09:30:50 am 
Started by KLaban - Last post by KLaban
Primeval.


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