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Old April 3rd 12, 04:51 PM
Keith Tapscott. Keith Tapscott. is offline
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News article here of a new rotary-processor.

http://www.firstcall-photographic.co...7&preview=true
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Old April 4th 12, 05:48 PM posted to rec.photo.darkroom
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"Keith Tapscott."
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News article here of a new rotary-processor.

http://www.firstcall-photographic.co...7&preview=true




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Thanks Keith. I can't quite make out of they are
actually making these or only contemplating it.


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Old April 5th 12, 04:18 PM
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News article here of a new rotary-processor.

http://www.firstcall-photographic.co...7&preview=true




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Keith Tapscott.


Thanks Keith. I can't quite make out of they are
actually making these or only contemplating it.


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Quoted from the page I linked to;

"With the resurgence in demand for film usage, reduced mini-lab sites and film processing in multiple retailers, they have decided to re-tool to make a new film processor that will be available in the last quarter of 2012."

My guess is that the new Jobo processors are already in production and will be available this coming Autumn.
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Old April 5th 12, 06:50 PM posted to rec.photo.darkroom
Richard Knoppow
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"Keith Tapscott."
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Richard Knoppow;948355 Wrote:
"Keith Tapscott."
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News article here of a new rotary-processor.

http://www.firstcall-photographic.co...7&preview=true




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Keith Tapscott.-

Thanks Keith. I can't quite make out of they are
actually making these or only contemplating it.


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Richard Knoppow
Los Angeles
WB6KBL
uoted from the page I linked to;


"With the resurgence in demand for film usage, reduced
mini-lab sites
and film processing in multiple retailers, they have
decided to re-tool
to make a new film processor that will be available in the
last quarter
of 2012."

My guess is that the new Jobo processors are already in
production and
will be available this coming Autumn.




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Keith Tapscott.

OK, keep your fingers crossed.


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Richard Knoppow
Los Angeles
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