I love my SQAi. In case you missed it, there's a substantial review at: http://www.photo.net/bronica/sq-ai
In any event, here are...
It is loud indeed. For quiet times, I use a second body with a standard crank and mirror-lock up.
As the other poster said, and...
Check with S.K. Grime's Shop: http://www.skgrimes.com/index.htm
They're wonderful, advice is good, work is Top-Notch and the pricing is extremely...
I may be mistaken, but I believe that the Omegaview 450's design was purchased by Calumet way back when, and eventually became the...
Although I haven't been a regular contributor to this forum, my vote
(if valid) would be to go to photo.net.
When you get in touch with him, let him know his website is down.
I had the pleasure of attending a general darkroom class with Steve
Anchell last summer at the Cape Cod Photo Workshops.
I'm seeking advice on what to place my enlarger on. I have an Omega D5-XL, and an 8 foot ceiling. I print 4x5 as well as MF and 35mm in 8x10,...
If your son is like the rest of the NESOP students, he'll dump the 4x5
after first semester, when it's no longer required. I've...
Sorry, forgot to add that I process 1 sheet of negatives (1 roll 35mm,
1 roll 120, 4 sheets 4x5) at a time.
I used the manufacturer's recommendation for sheet film as a starting
point, and worked from there...
Not that I'm...
I fill my 2500 series tank until it's almost full - about 1.4 liters.
With the exception of the devoloper, I reuse all the other...
I Use a Jobo tank to hand develop my sheet film. Yeah it takes a lot
of chemistry (I fill it up and develop only 4 sheets at a...
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