[rollei_list] Re: Jobo prices

  • From: "dnygr" <dnygr@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 09:45:31 -0400

I use a Jobo CP-P2 to develop film and feel that it has made life simpler. I 
get consistent developing. I am not dependent on anyone doing it, it has 
allowed me to check my metering and refine my developing times. It is a lot 
drier way to develop film rather than by hand in tanks that always seem to leak.

It fits under my sink. I'd advise anyone to make life easier for themselves and 
improve their negatives by buying a Jobo. Buying a Jobo is only a plus in my 

The negatives of the machine concern the negatives. The plastic film reels need 
some getting used to, but not much. The trick with them is to trim the two side 
edges of the film before trying to load it on the reel. The softer angle 
facilitates getting the film on th reel. This is especially true for 120 film. 

Doug Nygren

>If it is consistancy you want you can certainly regulate it with the JOBO.
>Personally, I am trying to uncomplicate my life and can see a job processor
>taking up time and space.
>But like you said if you can get it at a good price why not go for it?
>If you don't like it you can always go back to developing film manually.
>Good luck.



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