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Old 3rd April 2011, 06:55 PM
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Thanks for the advice/comments. I think I will sort, photograph and put up for grabs. As for what to swap, I guess any intrested party will contact me and we can discuss at that point.
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John,

Just out of interest, I take it you don't develop your own film? I ask because if you ever decide to you'll find a jobo is the way to do this for colour work. If you are thinking about trying to develop colour at any point in the next 5 years, stick the jobo on the loft as you'd only end up buying one if you want to try...

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While it is a bigger advantage for color it is also great for black and white. My development became much more even, consistent and repeatable with the Jobo. The only time I don't use it for B&W is for divided development or stand development. I use Diafine to get a nice usable 1600 out of Tri-X and that calls for minimal and gentle agitation. For anything else I use the Jobo.
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I think the answer to your question is YES.
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