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  1. Very RARE original 100 feet Russian big film developing tank by LOMO for sale! Tank can be used for home processing motion picture films all types 35 mm and 16 mm (1R or 2R perforation), leigh 30 meters!!! (100 feet) in one roll. For cold (about 20 C degrees, b\w films, negative and reversal) and hot process ECN-2 (38-40 degrees C), E6 and other process. 3 liters solutions. Tank in working condition, test with films, hermetic can, spiral no have crakes and no broken. Have small black black contamination is a coating that does not affect the development quality, and can be washed off. EX++ Worldwide shipping. " " " " " " " " " " " " "
  2. Hi! I have to develop Fomapan R100 double 8mm B/W reels (10mt each): i bought the development kit Fomapan R100 B/W and I have a Lomo tank that can contain only one reel at a time. Can you tell me what are the proportions of water and solution for each reel?
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