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CPP-3 Image Processor From JOBO

CPP-3 Image Processor From JOBO - Image specialists JOBO have announced the launch of a new image processor.

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JOBO CPP-3 Processor

Imaging specialists JOBO have launched a new CPP-3 processor. Key features include:
  • Automatic agitation
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Freshness of chemical solutions (one shot processing)
  • Economical usage of solutions, for intermittent work
  • Processing time control
CPP-3 is an improved version of JOBO’s Colorprocessor CPP-2. It is compatible with all JOBO film tanks and print drums and is suitable for all kinds of silver halide films and prints. With the JOBO Lift mounted on the processor it makes for easy and clean handling of working solutions. These solutions can be conveniently held ready for use, in six individual one litre bottles, each positioned securely in the water jacket.

The built-in timer, for up to 10 different processes, provides the fine-art photographer a reliable variety of different processing methods for his b/w and colour work. The modern analogue photographer demands individual creativity and these are fully met by the functionality of the CPP-3.

The LC-Display indicates processing temperature with actual temperature of the water jacket. Its backlight can be switched off to suit processing conditions.

Highest working temperature is 40 degrees Centigrade. The built-in cold water solenoid cares for automatic cooling when room temperature gets over process temperature. Rotation speed can be set to a maximum of 80 turns per minute.

For more information visit the JOBO website.

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emanmb 3
3 Aug 2012 12:20PM
Since the first announcement, I've not seen anything on the jobo.com site.

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