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Jobo 2550 Multi Tank 5 (640mL)

BH #JOMT5 • MFR #2550
Jobo
Jobo 2550 Multi Tank 5 (640mL)
Key Features
  • Fits 2502 or 2509n Reels
  • Process Roll Film to 4x5 Sheet Film
  • Use with Rotation Processors
  • Stand and Inversion Processing
Process roll film to 4x5 large-format sheet film with the 640mL high-efficiency 2550 Multi Tank 5 from JOBO. The tank accepts 2502 or 2509n film reels and is suitable for rotation processing, but can also be used for long, stand, or semi-stand processing. Thanks to the design, as few as two sheets of 4x5 film can be processed with minimal wasted chemistry. Besides being easy to use, the tank is also fast filling and dumping. Reels are sold separately.
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Jobo Multi Tank 5 Overview

Process roll film to 4x5 large-format sheet film with the 640mL high-efficiency 2550 Multi Tank 5 from JOBO. The tank accepts 2502 or 2509n film reels and is suitable for rotation processing, but can also be used for long, stand, or semi-stand processing. Thanks to the design, as few as two sheets of 4x5 film can be processed with minimal wasted chemistry. Besides being easy to use, the tank is also fast filling and dumping. Reels are sold separately.

Film Capacity

Three rolls of 220, six rolls of 120, five rolls of 35mm, or twelve sheets of 4x5

Reels sold separately

Jobo Multi Tank 5 Specs

Format5 x 35mm Film Rolls
or
6 x 120 Film Rolls
or
3 x 220 Film Rolls
or
12 x 4x5" Film Sheets
MaterialPlastic
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.4 x 8.5 x 8.5"

Jobo Multi Tank 5 Reviews

Time saver

By John
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-08-03

Awesome great machine

Jobo

By quinn
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-17

It's important that Jobo is used because reliability and quality matter before I even attempt to develop photos.

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1) Is this tank meant to be used together with ...

1) Is this tank meant to be used together with the Jobo processing machine? Can it be used for manual processing? i.e. let the tank stand and stir at regular intervals. 2) Is the 640ml meant when the tank is used with the Jobo processing machine? If I use normal stand development, will I need to use more amount of chemicals?
Asked by: Jacky
The Jobo 2550 Multi Tank 5 (640mL) can be used either with the Jobo processing machine, or for manual long, stand, or semi-stand processing. 640mL is the minimum amount of chemistry required for rotary processing. For stand processing you will need more chemical.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2022-07-24

Is this compatible with the uniformed 352?

Is this compatible with the uniformed 352?
Asked by: jacinto
I contacted the manufacturer concerning your inquiry. According to Jobo, in theroy, the Jobo 2550 Multi Tank 5 (640mL) may be used on the Unicolor Uniroller Model 352 Professional Photography Film Drum Roller. However, they do caution that as these two items are unrelated systems, results may vary.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-01-07

How is this a 640mL tank, when the Paterson ...

How is this a 640mL tank, when the Paterson Multi-reel 3 is significantly smaller, and takes 1L of chem?
Asked by: Ali
You will use 640ml of chemical when the tank is used on a rotary processor where the tank is turned on its side during processing. If you use the tank in inversion processing, stand or semi-stand developing for instance, then it will take a lot more chemical to fill it because inversion requires the tank to be upright.
Answered by: Gregg
Date published: 2021-03-01

What's the height and width of this tank without ...

What's the height and width of this tank without the cap?
Asked by: Safwan
The manufacture does not list the size with out the cover but it is approximately 9 inches tall with out the lid.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-10-01

If this is used by hand, without the column is it ...

If this is used by hand, without the column is it still light tight when adding chemistry?
Asked by: Elizabeth
Unfortunately, I am not sure, as this is not the normal method for using this tank without the center column. The best advice I may offer would be if you can see the opening, then the light will probably enter the tank. To be on the safe side, I would not use it in this way. Otherwise, I would recommend first practice/test with a blank roll or spare roll of junk film that has not been exposed and which you do not mind using to see if the film appears to be exposed to light during the normal processing process while not using the center column.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-03-25

Can i use this to develop color print papers? If ...

Can i use this to develop color print papers? If so! What's the maximum paper size can be used with this?
Asked by: Safwan
The Jobo 2550 Multi Tank 5 (640mL) is designed for use with developing 35mm roll film (up to 5 rolls), 120 film (up to 6 rolls), 220 film (up to 3 rolls), or 4x5" sheet film (up to 12 sheets). It is not designed for processing photographic paper.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2022-03-01

What reel do I need to process two 4x5 negatives?

What reel do I need to process two 4x5 negatives?
Asked by: Marie
The 2509n will hold one to six sheets of 4x5 - you don't have to use it to maximum capacity. This tank can hold two of these 2509 reels. Because it is rotating on its side, the chemistry usage is very economical compared to the full-inversion method you can do with these or Paterson tanks.
Answered by: filippo
Date published: 2021-03-01

How to achieve 5 35mm films for this ? How many ...

How to achieve 5 35mm films for this ? How many reels can i use to achieve it etc.
Asked by: Safwan
The tank will accommodate the following rolls. Three rolls of 220, six rolls of 120, five rolls of 35mm, or twelve sheets of 4x5
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-02-27
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