Old 08-10-2019   #121
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Yesterday I loaded some German RADA 9x12cm holders, with his ASA 2 dry plates.
These tests I will process in the SP445 Spearman Daylight Tank.

I'll be shooting 9x9cm images, onto 9x12 dry plates, with my Plaubel Makiflexes.
Should be cool.
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Old 11-30-2019   #122
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Had some experience with the "fast" 25 ASA Jason Lane plates. Look great, and are wonderful to use without the need of a tripod (if there's plenty of sun only, of course). Here being used in No.3A format, with Kodak Folding Pocket cameras:










La Salut bridge over the Ripoll river, in my hometown Sabadell, Catalonia.
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Getting ready for some J Lane glass plates. Just got the plate holders in the mail. These are getting paired with a 6.5x9 Zeiss Ikon Tropen Adoro which needed a bellow replacement so I took the opportunity to add some custom bellows. Not sure how more traditional restorers would feel about it but I already had some fun shooting with a roll film back adapted for the camera.
Rada Glass Plate Holders 6.5x9cm by btsalyuk, on Flickr

Zeiss Ikon Tropen Adoro Bellows Replacement by btsalyuk, on Flickr
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Whoa, I had almost forgot this thread. Here are some dry plates I shot last year:



9x12 2 ASA, Ihagee Patent Duplex 720. That camera is my grandfather's, made in the 20's and still working flawlesly, although has some foggy lens.



and.... another 9x12 2 ASA dry plate. Picture taken with the same model camera, identical to the one above (Ihagee Patent Duplex 720) but bought this year from someone in France. Almost in mint condition. Made in 1925, lens Meyer Görlitz Doppel-Anastigmat Veraplan f4.5 / 135mm.
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