MOD54 Large Format Film Processor

BH #MOMOD54 • MFR #1174296
MOD54
MOD54 Large Format Film Processor
Key Features
  • Accepts 6 Sheets of 4 x 5" Sheet Film
  • For Use in Paterson 3-Reel Tank
  • Easy to Load Design
The MOD54 Large Format Film Processor is a 4 x 5" sheet film holder for use in conjunction with a Paterson Super System 4 PTP116 three-reel developing tank. This holder accepts up to six sheets of a 4 x 5" large format sheet film and permits standard inversion-type agitation methods during development.
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MOD54 1174296 Overview

The MOD54 Large Format Film Processor is a 4 x 5" sheet film holder for use in conjunction with a Paterson Super System 4 PTP116 three-reel developing tank. This holder accepts up to six sheets of a 4 x 5" large format sheet film and permits standard inversion-type agitation methods during development.

The holder is designed with a notch system, similar to 4 x 5" film itself, to facilitate easier loading and to ensure the emulsion side of the film is facing inward for greater protection against scratching.

UPC: 019498174292

MOD54 1174296 Specs

CapacityAccepts up to 6 sheets of 4 x 5" film
CompatibilityCompatible with Paterson Super System 4 PTP116 3-reel developing tank
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.27 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.65 x 4.05 x 3.9"
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Will this work in the larger Paterson tanks (5 ...

Will this work in the larger Paterson tanks (5 reel) if I were to put an extra 120 reel or 2 35mm reels to take up the extra space?
Asked by: Edmund
Yes, you can use the MOD54 Large Format Film Processor with 2 additional Multi-format Reel with 35mm film or 1-reel on a 120mm film position. The MOD54 Large Format Film Processor will take the space of 3 reels inside the Paterson Multi-Reel 5 Tank (Super System 4).
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-09-09

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Does it work with and old Paterson tank 3
Asked by: Anonymous
It works with my Patterson tank that will fit in 3 35 mm reels. For me it is very convenient to develop 6 4 x 5 Chrome slides with one of solution
Answered by: TOBIAS G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Work in a Rotary... Unidrum?Can it be load in a change bag?
Asked by: Anonymous
I don't have either a rotary drum or changing bag, so I can't say for sure. I've seen postings on the B&H website and analog photography web sites where others have asked this. You may want to check there. I have found the MOD 54 to be the easiest method I've used for developing sheet film, though. I use it with a Paterson tank.
Answered by: Daniel B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does this have to be fully loaded with 6 sheets to use?
Asked by: Phillip
No, as previously mentioned, it can be loaded with 1 to 6 sheets, but you will still need to top it with the chemistry. This thing is a dream!!!
Answered by: Marc L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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will it work with a jobo tank?
Asked by: Ricardo
Unfortunately I don't have a Jobo tank so I can't say. I've only used it with a Paterson and it's been great. Wish they'd invented it years ago.
Answered by: Daniel B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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will this work in a 4 reel tank that I already have?
Asked by: Tim S.
should work
Answered by: Toban D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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