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New Jobo CPP3 Film And Print Processor

Jobo have decided to bring a new Film and Print Processor to the photography market.

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Jobo, who stopped production of its rotary processors in 2010,  have decided to re-tool to create a new film processor that will be available in the last quarter of 2012.

Based on the original design for the Jobo CPP2, the new model has the initial product code of CPP3 and will have the capability to process all types of film and paper. It will have accurate temperature control, timer and take all Jobo tanks up to the 3000 Expert (sheet film tank system). 

The original CPP2 concept will also be maintained in that it will have both cog and magnet lid connection for use with a lift and normal rotary agitation.

The processor is expected to sell for around £1990 inc VAT and the new lift for a further £280 inc VAT.

Visit First Call Photographic for more information.

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JJGEE 14 7.6k 18 England
3 Apr 2012 10:32PM
If there is a renewed interest in developing, either film and or paper perhaps I should have hung on to my CPE2, tanks, drums, etc. for selling Sad

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Tonyd3 15 1.1k 18 United Kingdom
4 Apr 2012 9:36AM
dropped mine in the skip two years ago had i known it was worth 2k it would have been on ebay along with the ten A3 drums and the three times 6 roll slide file drums i had!!!!

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