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    A couple from the weekend...





    both: Nikon F6 + Nikkor-H 85mm f/1.8
    Portra 160 @ f/1.8

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    I acquired a Rondix this week - a tank with no film reel. It works with my monobath and today I put some Fuji Superia through it:


    Pansies 4 by chrism229, on Flickr
    F6, 28-300mm, Unicolor presskit, LS9000ED scan.

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    Another image from my day on the Matanuska Glacier in June.

    The print has a very mild selenium tone.

    D800e, 24-120/4G VR lens, BW conversion in SilverEfex Pro
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    The heatwave in central EU really isn't conducive for outdoor explorations....



    ...barring a quick peak in the garden to view cabbage butterflies on the lavender.

    Nikon D7100 & Nikkor AFS 80-400mm

    Have a good WE folks
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    Another Portra 160 went, via the F6, through the motorised Rondinax today.





    Purple Columbine by chrism229, on Flickr


    Poppy 2 by chrism229, on Flickr

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    I screwed up. I last used my camera to document a roof leak in our Condo, so it was set to "basic" JPG. Last night at our party for 4th of July, and several glasses of wine, I was too lazy to set up the tripod, and forgot to set the Nikon D800E back to RAW, which I always use. I used a Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC lens at 40mm, ISO 800, 1/25 sec at f5.6 and the second image at f6.3, hand held with lens VC set to "ON". Since I could not correct exposures etc when developing the RAW images, for the first shot shown, I made three copies, then used levels to tame the highlights on one exposure, the second saved image I used levels to open the shadows, and the third saved copy I used as-is. I combined the three images in Photomatix Pro.
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    'rust and barnacles' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Portland Headlight after a Spring dusting. Nikon 810, 24-70mmClick image for larger version. 

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    'mask' - D810 / Sigma 50 Art

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    Some sundowner fun







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    The quartet has now become a quintet. The 180mm has been added. $350, a bargain. A grab shot this, not even properly in focus, but who cares anyway

    D810 with Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 AF @ f/5.6

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    Re: Fun with Nikon Images

    Quote Originally Posted by gurtch View Post
    I screwed up. I last used my camera to document a roof leak in our Condo, so it was set to "basic" JPG. Last night at our party for 4th of July, and several glasses of wine, I was too lazy to set up the tripod, and forgot to set the Nikon D800E back to RAW, which I always use. I used a Tamron 24-70 f2.8 VC lens at 40mm, ISO 800, 1/25 sec at f5.6 and the second image at f6.3, hand held with lens VC set to "ON". Since I could not correct exposures etc when developing the RAW images, for the first shot shown, I made three copies, then used levels to tame the highlights on one exposure, the second saved image I used levels to open the shadows, and the third saved copy I used as-is. I combined the three images in Photomatix Pro.
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    Dave, your hard work paid off. Good job!! Not a screw-up at all.

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    Jorgen, thought you added another child to the mix. Congrats on the new baby (lens) anyway.:LOL

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    'rusted abstract' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    D810 with Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 AF @ f/2.8 and ISO 3200

    Things I sell: Stock photography by Jorgen Udvang at Alamy
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    New girl at home.





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    D810 with Nikkor 180mm f/2.8 AF @ f/8

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    'deterrent' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Nikon F6 + 180mm f/2.8 AF ED-IF
    Superpan 200

    Thanks for looking!

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    'beach front property' - D810 / Sigma 35 Art

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    'lobsterman' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Nikon F6 + 180mm f/2.8 AF ED-IF
    Rollei-Agfa Superpan 200

    Second roll processed in the Rondinax 35U tank. It sure makes doing film a lot more fun.

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    Thanks for the likes ... Two more then I'd better work on other stuff. :-)





    both: Nikon F6 + 180mm f/2.8 AF ED-IF
    Rollei-Afga Superpan 200

    enjoy,
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    Great stuff, Godfrey
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    yo yo Philly...



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    D810, 28-300mm:


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    Paris.

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    'dory, heavy fog' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

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    Finally some rain!

    We are sweltering under nasty heat here at the beach. Sunday evening we got almost 2"of much-needed rain.
    D810, Zeiss 55 1.4 @ 1.4. Sorry about the poor JPEG resolution. The full rez image is quite detailed .
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    Shy but handsome -

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'dory, heavy fog' - D810 / Nikkor 70-200/f4

    Back to look at this one again. Truly lovely! :-)

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    Thank you very much, Godfrey!

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    Thanks a lot folks for the ' likes '.

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    I acquired a Rondix this week - a tank with no film reel. It works with my monobath and today I put some Fuji Superia through it:


    Pansies 4 by chrism229, on Flickr
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    Just spied this... Color processing in a Rondix 35 ... That's the one I once had! They seem very hard to find nowadays.
    Never thought you could do color processing in one. What monobath are you using?

    Nice photo!

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    Better get back to eBay and trade one of your Rondinaxes for a Rondix! I wanted to find out if the Rondix would work for C-41 and it seems to work just fine. The monobath I referred to is Donald Qualls' recipe, using HC-110 US concentrate, Ilford Rapid Fixer, household ammonia (must be 5%) and water. It's the same recipe used by New55 for their R3 monobath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    Better get back to eBay and trade one of your Rondinaxes for a Rondix! I wanted to find out if the Rondix would work for C-41 and it seems to work just fine. The monobath I referred to is Donald Qualls' recipe, using HC-110 US concentrate, Ilford Rapid Fixer, household ammonia (must be 5%) and water. It's the same recipe used by New55 for their R3 monobath.
    Using a Google search, I found one for sale on Craigslist in the Reno, NV area. Just talked to the gent selling it. He wanted a fair*and reasonable price, given how much the Rondix*tanks are going for, so I sent him the money via paypal. It's on the way here tomorrow. :-)

    If you get a moment, I'd appreciate seeing your recipe ... I remember seeing it somewhere, but can't find it just at the moment.

    thx!
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    Ah, found it on RFF in the Nikon F6 thread ... but do post it here if you care to. thx again! G

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    I have gone back to using the monobath as a single shot. I did make a litre and got eight films done, but my second litre was a disaster. I don't know what happened. 200ml does a Rondinax or Rondix:

    12.5ml HC-110 US Concentrate
    8ml Ilford Rapid Fixer
    39ml 5% ammonia
    140ml water

    Mix well and warm to 75-80║F. Fill lower half of Rondinax/Rondix, set film in place put lid on and wind the film into the solution, use the guillotine in the Rondinax and start the timer. Develop for six minutes, wash and dry. The amounts scale well for other tanks, but beware surge marks from sprocket holes.

    The ammonia I use is 'Old Country' Household cleaner. It has no perfumes or other ingredients beyond amm.hydrox. The maker says it is 5%, but my hydrometer and pH strips say it's closer to 9%. I dilute it half and half before use.

    Results vary with film used. Pan F needs to be exposed at ISO25, Acros 100 is fantastic at box speed, Plus-X, Tri-X, Neopan 400, FP4, HP4 and Adox CHS25 have all emerged OK. There is a Flickr group devoted to monobaths at:
    https://www.flickr.com/groups/monobath/pool/
    You'll see some examples of excessive striped surge marks there. I believe New55 are taking the line that these are not bromide drag, but caused by turbulence pouring in the solution and/or temperature variations. I don't believe the latter at all. Their best advice for a conventional tank is to warm and fill the tank, then immerse the loaded film reel into it (obviously, in the dark). They still say no agitation, but Qualls himself agitated the first minute and then said it didn't matter after that. No matter, if you use a Rondinax/Rondix you will be winding away the whole six minutes anyway!

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    Was kidding - She's not shy -



    At all -

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrism View Post
    ... monobath info...
    Great! Thanks Chris!

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