2013 ULF Manufacture From ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

Discussion in 'Product Availability' started by Simon R Galley, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Simon R Galley

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    Dear All,

    The management of HARMAN technology Limited have once again approved the annual ULF run of ILFORD Photo film products :

    As usual the full listing of items available will be published as a press release on our website in April along with the updated list of our ULF re-seller partners around the world, without whom it would not be possible to carry out this process. I will advise Apuggers when that is done. The orders are collated by our various distributor partners and the film is manufactured at our Mobberley factory during August of 2013, it is then shipped by sea to our distributors and onward shipped to our re-seller partners, arriving in the USA and Canada during mid to late September.

    As in previous years ( and as of today ) we will have 22 none-standard sizes of FP4+ and 23 sizes of HP5+ along with 8 special sizes of ORTHO + . Last year we offered for the first time DELTA 100 Professional in 6 sizes, due to requests that have already been made to us not only is DELTA 100 Professional being made available again in 2013but we have already added a further 3 sizes Item No 1174645 11" x 14" 25 sheets : Item No 1174656 8" x 20" 25 sheets and Item No 1174667 12" x 20" :

    We are happy to accept further size requests, although we are pretty sure we have most covered! If you make such a request please make sure you actually do order the product as in addition to the above we have 6 sets of ISO standard cutter guides ( that cost several hundreds of pounds each ) that have never been used as no actual orders were received.

    We thank all of you who order during the ULF run and thank you for valuing ILFORD Photo products.

    Simon.R.Galley ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
     
  2. Shawn Dougherty

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    I'm just a 4x5 guy... but this is awesome.
     
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    Thanks to Ilford/Harman for its commitment!!
     
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    Even thought I will not be buying any film from the ULF run, it's one reason I will continue using ilford film and paper.
     
  5. Thomas Bertilsson

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    I think I just switched to 'all Ilford'. I don't shoot much 5x7, but will pick some up when the tax man brings my return.

    Thanks, Simon!
     
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    Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I now have no reason to use any other emulsion in sheet or roll formats. Thank you Simon and HARMAN!
     
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    Well, I'm not doing much LF photography at the moment, but I am going to buy something as a matter of principle as this commitment deserves support.

    Maybe just a humble pack of wholepate FP4+ in my case.

    What are you going to buy?
     
  8. doughowk

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    My non-standard sizes are 2X3, 5X7 and 7X17. I plan on doing alot of "image taking" this Spring, so will need to replenish the freezer.
    Thanks Ilford. Don't know what we would do without you.
     
  9. Michael W

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    Large Ortho sounds good.
     
  10. NolanGalbreath

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    I think last year, or the year before that, I saw something about 2 1/4" x 3 1/4" sheets. While that's more or less the opposite of ULF, will those still be available to order? Now that efke's gone I don't think I know of anyone who still makes film that size.
     
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    I'm just a 4x5 guy but if you consider coating+cutting some Pan-F I'd be happy (I realise it's currently only on thin base for rolls). Or some Delta-100 in (perforated!) 70mm would rock.
     
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    Admittedly I'm not a ULF user, but I'm looking forwards to the 12x20 Ilford Titan pinhole camera, with integrated film holder (and very large changing bag I guess).
    :smile: :smile:

    And that was just an excuse to thank Ilford for their serious support for ULF users throughout the world.
     
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    I think it's a safe bet that HP5+ and FP4+ will be available in this size. I'd love to see Delta 100 available as well, but I also have 120 roll backs for my little RB Grafex, so I'll be alright.
     
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    Dear All,

    It should read ULF and Custom sizes really, anything we have made before like the 2 x 3 we have the ISO standard cutter guides so it should be on the list, you can still request any size any product and we will see what we can do, such as additional sizes in DELTA 100 Professional.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited
     
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    +1. Ilford rocks.

    I'm sorely tempted to move away from the non-Ilford B&W materials I use and go 100% Ilford for black and white.
     
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    Thank you Simon and the management of HARMAN technology Ltd. You've just cemented yourself as my sole B&W film source in all formats.

    P.S. Any chance of Delta 3200 in sheet sizes? :smile:
     
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    Simon,

    Would it be possible to cut a roll of film 3.715" wide (width for 122 roll film)? That would help those of us using Kodak 3A cameras. It does not matter which film it would be, since there isn't any available at the moment :smile:

    Thanks,

    Eugene.
     
  19. Shawn Dougherty

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    Me too...
     
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    Ok, I'll have 25 glass wholeplates coated with FP4+ and two litres of Ilford cooltone developer, please!
     
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    I'd love some PAN-F in 4x5 and 5x7
     
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    Since I switched from 3 1/4" x 4 1/4" to 4"x5" I have not needed any custom size film. I just buy the boxed Ilford film. I am glad to see that Ilford is continuing to support nonstandard size sheet film.
     
  23. filmamigo

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    Also interested in this.

    Dave
     
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    I have notified FADU users of this thread.

    kevs
     
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    Thank you, Ilford. I don't use any of the non-standard sizes, but I'm very glad to see support of traditional film processes. I've been a very long time Kodak Agfa Fuji user and I've used Ilford some, but given the current state of affairs I've dedicated myself to convert to all Ilford over the next year or two. It's tough to give up the familiar, but with change can come good. Lately I've been buying boxes of 4x5 Delta 100, FP4+ and HP5+.
     
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    Me third. Any emulsion; I'm not picky. :smile:

    Ed