There is so much interest in the discontinued Azo contact paper, yet no one ever mentions Kodaks other discontinued years ago contact paper Velox. I wonder just how good or bad it was compared to Azo. I remember my first darkroom home processing kit came with a teeny-tiny package of Velox for making contact prints of my 120 size negtatives. I cannot judge from my first stumbling results the potential of that paper. I would assume Velox was targeted at the amateur market, and Azo was targeted at the professional market, but as we know from Verichrome Pan, being an amateur product does not mean inferior quality. I loved Verichrome Pan and used it for many professional images over the years.