3.25x4.25 option

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  1. brian d

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    I noticed it the other day. Although I don't shoot this format, it is interesting to note the options available for those who do.
     
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    I have seen Ilford film in this size from time to time as well. FP4 and HP5 for sure, but not sure about Delta.
     
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    Dropped Decades Ago

    I've not seen cameras offered in that format for Many
    years. If any one is interested I just happen to have an
    Extremely Rare Omega C enlarger. Offers welcome.
    Shipping from the NW, USA. Dan
     
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    I want to pick up a little speed graphic. I have my big 4X5 setup but the little graphics must be nice and compact. Cheap to buy too :wink:
     
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    Har. Har.

    Does not Ilford make 3x4 film when they make their periodic oddball run, in which they make 2x3?
     
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    Yes we did, during last years ULF film run:

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology limited :
     
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    All that link did was take me to Efke 25. Is that what your talking about?
     
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    Look again, its 25 orthochromatc. ordinarily the only stocked 3x4 I know of
    is EFKE 100 at Freestyle (at least here in the states)
    its nice to know there is more than one option without having to wait for
    Ilfords ULF run.
    If there is more that I'm not aware of I'd like to know about it
     
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    Looks like I'll be hanging on to my paper trimmer for a little bit longer.