Jobo, Tetenal and Fuji

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by mutley, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. mutley

    mutley Guest

    Would anyone like to comment on the discrepancy in suggested timings for
    Fuji E6 film, between the Jobo website and Tetenal E6 instructions?

    Tetenal give FD 7:00 for rotary processors, then 6:00 for CD and 6:00 for BL
    (all fresh solutions). Jobo website instructions for the CPE-2 Plus give FD
    7:30, CD 4:00 and BL 6:00.
     
    mutley, Nov 10, 2005
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  2. Jobo use different chemicals. Fuji-Hunt instead of Tetenal.

    Ralf
     
    Ralf R. Radermacher, Nov 10, 2005
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  3. mutley

    Rob Novak Guest

    Use the recommendations of the chemical manufacturer. Chemical
    formulations may vary (Kodak's six-bath E-6 kit recommends 7:00 @ 38C
    for the first developer in a rotary processor, 2:00 reversal, and 4:00
    color developer), and the documentation that comes with them is likely
    a more accurate guide.

    The first developer is the most time/temp sensitive. It determines
    your overall density. The color developer/reversal step should be a
    reaction to completion, as is the blix.
     
    Rob Novak, Nov 10, 2005
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  4. mutley

    mutley Guest

    Thanks for these replies, clears up a puzzle.

    13:24:48 -0000, "mutley" > wrote:
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    mutley, Nov 12, 2005
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  5. mutley

    Sam Reeves Guest

    So far I've found 7:30 to be way off the mark for 1st developer. My
    transparencies come out a little more dense than I would like them to.
    The standard time of 6:00 for 1st developer works just fine. Otherwise
    follow the rest of Tetenal's instructions and you can't go wrong.

    Sam Reeves
     
    Sam Reeves, Nov 17, 2005
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  6. So 7:30 makes them too light?
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    Gregory Blank, Nov 17, 2005
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