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5 x 4 E6 processing.

Discussion in 'Everything Film' started by Steve Lewis, Jul 31, 2000.

  1. Steve Lewis

    Steve Lewis Member

    Does anyone out there have any hints or tips concerning 5 x 4 sheet film E6 processing. I've been doing my own roll films (35mm & 120) for 10 years so I'm happy with the overall process but I would like to use a print processing drum on my Jobe CPE2 processor to process sheet film. Is this ok, provided the film is placed in emulsion side up? Any other info/experiences would be appreciated. Thanks

  2. tonymidd

    tonymidd Well-Known Member

    The jobo is excelent for 5x4 make sure the emulsion is facing into the drum, not to the outside. I've doctored a print drum by supergluing the spacers in position so that the drum will hold three sheets. 75ml of dev is all that is required so it is very ecconomical. The tricky bit is not getting finger prints on the film when loading, it will come easier with practice.

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