The Return Of Jobo?

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The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Keith Tapscott » Tue Apr 03, 2012 4:43 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00


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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Ed Moss » Tue Apr 03, 2012 4:55 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Hopefully now I'll be a bit less paranoid about my CPP2 blowing up.

Just hope they are priced competitively, but if they are giving away a free lift at £290 I guess they are going to be £500+

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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Ed Moss » Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:16 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

And the price is, a very reasonable, £2000 :shock: :shock:

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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Valerio Trigari » Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:11 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

I read about it today on ePhotozine. I'm very happy about it, but I have to say the price is a little bit steep! As every other bit of equipment from Jobo I must say; I think I've posted about the ~£100 I wasted in buying the reel loader... :?

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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Ed Moss » Wed Apr 04, 2012 12:42 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Suppose we could start seeing a few spares come onto the market, which would be great, although I guess pricey..

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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Neil Barnes » Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:39 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Heh. Real men stick the prints to the tiles over the bath and paint on the chemistry with a brush... :shock:

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Re: The Return Of Jobo?

Post by Keith Tapscott » Sat Apr 07, 2012 2:41 pm Etc/GMT-1+01:00

Neil Barnes wrote:Heh. Real men stick the prints to the tiles over the bath and paint on the chemistry with a brush... :shock:

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...while sensible darkroom users use print trays or a Nova upright slot-processor. :D

Seriously though, a Jobo is an excellent processor for sheet-films, particularly the processors with Jobo-lifts which take the Expert-Drums such as the CPA2 & CPP2.

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