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new purchase (new user) - 07/18/2003
Hello all, this is my first time using this forum, hope to find help and advice here! Anyway I just purchased a medium format 6x6/ 645 Rollfilm camera off ebay, it's brand new, never been used. Has anyone used one before? I have a Rollicord that I use all the time and a nikon slr, but I really am addicted to my medium format.
Okay and another thing, I'm a senior photography major and the past four years, I've honestly never really been taught about the different films...I use mostly black and white and I really want to experiment w/ grain when I get back to school in the fall, now I use Tri-X and T-Max (tri-x mostly) and that gives me great grain, however, I've been told by Dodd Camera that if I push the temp. of the developer, to maybe 75 or even 80 degree that I'll get maximum grain...has anyone ever tried this?
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