what was the last camera you used, last film and how was it developed

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OM-4T, T-Max 100 and replenished X-Tol.
I haven't developed any film for a few months, and wanted to check the health of my X-Tol working solution. The test roll looked good, so I developed 3 of the rolls of T-Max 400 and 100 in my backlog, and they look good too.
 

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Haven't seen this film like ever, will put on my radar now

You should be able to get it from PhotoImpex. It does need a special first developer (to tame the contrast) but it ought to be possible to shoot it at EI 64 or EI 80 in a reversal process.
 

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You should be able to get it from PhotoImpex. It does need a special first developer (to tame the contrast) but it ought to be possible to shoot it at EI 64 or EI 80 in a reversal process.

Nope, search yields nothing and it's a site I usually source my films I cannot find locally, thus I haven't seen it. Maybe it's unique to US market or something along these lines?
 

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Maybe it's unique to US market or something along these lines?

I don't think so; it was originally an Agfa product made in Germany. I don't know who owns the factory now, but it's still sold under the same name Agfa used, and I presume coated on the same equipment.
 
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Last roll for the week: Agfa Clack, Arista.EDU Ultra 100, developed at home, pre-wash 3:00 mins, PC-TEA Dil. 1:50, 10:00 mins. @ 20° C, JOBO CPE2 Plus, in a JOBO 1520 tank.
 

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(Ooops! Wrong thread - I mant this for the “Latest Purchase” thread.)

My latest purchases were an Olympus Pen F bellows slide copier attachment and an Olympus OM1 28mm f3.5 lens, both from the same vendor.

What is interesting is that I bought a Pen F Bellows 2, to which the slide copier attaches, from the same vendor more than a year ago. At the time, they did not have the copier for sale.

The lens was listed as “Parts Only”, as the face ring had beed removed and the vendor said that they did not have the tool needed to replace it. Otherwise, the lens was complete, even including the small ball bearing for the f-stop ring’s click stops. On examining the face ring, I noted that there was a very slight dent in the threads, which I was able to pound out with a couple of small pieces of oak as an anvil and punch. I then noticed that the ring was slightly warped (it did not lie flat on a glass plate). I gave the ring a few taps against a flat counter top with my leather mallet, which brought the ring back to flat. I wrapped the ring with blue painters tape so I could grip it and was able to carefully thread it back on the lens body, tightening it down with my spanner wrench. So, I now have a 28mm lens in EX condition for about 1/5th the normal price.
 
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