probably adequate, note that the Ad shows a pan for the chemicals, and the scale proably needs that to reach ZERO. I do wonder how many weighings would be required to make any of the Fixer Formulas.
I see they also offer "the companion darkroom outfit" for just $1.95
I would love to see the book that came with the set.
My brother and I had a small Ansco contact-printing lightbox contraption that would print up to 120. I think it came with chemistry packets that very quickly ran out and were replaced with Kodak chemicals. I shot a lot of stuff with my Brownie Starmite and contact-printed it. This would have been in the early 1960s.
My brother and I had a small Ansco contact-printing lightbox contraption that would print up to 120. I think it came with chemistry packets that very quickly ran out and were replaced with Kodak chemicals.
Yes, as did the Yankee Clipper II, which I also used for a while. (that one is still made but I don't think they include the thermometer any more ( https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/895914-REG/Yankee_rfc_15t_Clipper_II_Roll_Film.html ) (the clipper II will also do 16mm/110 )Whoa! That triggered a memory. Didn't the Anscomatic have a cheap plastic thermometer/swizzle stick that you inserted through the lid?
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