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Old 30-11-18, 07:20 AM   #5761
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Would anyone be interested in a selection of Cokin filters? Not sure what is in the bundle but I doubt that I'll ever use them. If not they will be off to the charity shop.

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Would anyone be interested in a selection of Cokin filters? Not sure what is in the bundle but I doubt that I'll ever use them. If not they will be off to the charity shop.

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I've got a load of them already. Fairy redundant now with digital cameras and Photoshop.

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Old 04-12-18, 07:37 PM   #5763
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No problem, if nobody else is interested then I'll take them to the resuse shop at the weekend. I finally finished the roll of film in the K1000, I think the meter may be off though. It wouldn't agree with the light meter app or sunny 16. Will get the film developed in the next batch that send off, may even pop to Boots as I'm a little while off finishing any other colour films. Speaking of which, there are doing but one get one half price again. I've also been shooting with the Yashica T3 and part of a roll in a Kiev 4. Anyone have any recommendations for somewhere that will dev 110?

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Old 04-12-18, 08:18 PM   #5764
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https://www.peak-imaging.com/categor...ld-film-rescue
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Old 04-12-18, 09:15 PM   #5765
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I'll see if they will do dev only, 13 seems high.
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Probably will, they'll do most things. How come you can't do it yourself? Or doesn't it fit in the tank? Can you 3D print one in that case?
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Old 04-12-18, 09:34 PM   #5767
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I'm not good at C41 yet. I could do it as black and white I suppose.
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What's the deal with C41? I know it's ironic that I'm an industrial chemist yet never developed anything.
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Old 05-12-18, 06:38 AM   #5769
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Its similar to black and white but its very temperature controlled. Slight variation in temps can cause colour shifting. You have the developer, bleach, fixer and stabiliser. Sometimes the bleach and fix come as one and is called blix. I just don't have the equipment to maintain the temperature properly. I have tried stand developing at 25c but it didn't come out so well.

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Old 05-12-18, 07:44 PM   #5770
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Got a price back for 110 and it's not too bad. Got another nine shots left in the Auto 110, may get this finished off over the Christmas holidays.
Might be worth a look, 192745036612, my copy had oil in the aperture arm and was an easy fix.

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