Crystal Archive in sheets at Ag Photographic

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  1. lilserenity

    lilserenity Member

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    I hope I am not duplicating what has been posted elsewhere but noticed this update to the lovely Ag Photographic's website:

    http://www.ag-photographic.co.uk/fujicolor-crystal-archive-171-c.asp

    Hurrah!

    Might need to work at higher temps more consistently but at least we now have an alternative should Supra Endura indeed be on its last legs.

    Vicky
     
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    Excellent news! Boxes of 100 too. Pity no 5x7 but still, I'll order a box and see how it compares to Endura.
     
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    Why not type P? Type C is super saturated.
     
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    Not sure, best bet would be to contact Ag I guess.
     
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    Could it be that Ag are using a stock photo? I noticed the same image is used for each size / surface. There's no text to indicate which type is being offered, just a picture.
     
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    Great news. Ag has been one of the most progressive new companies to emerge in recent times. If it can be done and there is any kind of a demand for it then AG does it.

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    Yes, initially we did use a stock photo but we photographed the actual packs as soon as we had them. I asked our Fuji rep this afternoon to clarify exactly which FCA it is - and apparently it is just straight forward, bog standard, FCA. Which is probably ideal.

    I am optimistic that 10x12 will re-appear too - I'm talking to Fuji about forecasts and volumes.

    Matt