For those looking, there is 5x7 AZO on Ebay...

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  1. Dave Parker

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    RC ??

    Is this some of that stuff that was being discussed some time ago that was made in Mexico or S America? According to the Kodak site there's no such thing as RC AZO?
     
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    John,

    As I don't use it, I really have no idea, I just saw it when I was looking for something else, figured you guys would know what it is..

    Dave
     
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    Me either - maybe someone else knows.

    cheers
     
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    I think that must indeed be the stuff that was available in Mexico.
     
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    Made in Canada by Kodak Canada Inc.
    Finished in the USA by
    EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
    Rochester, New York 14650

    (I have a box - that's what is printed on the back)

    Does anyone know how to search for Kodak products by Catalogue number? I have never had any luck. A few years ago I came upon some odd-sized film - I believe for an oscilloscope camera. I contacted Kodak Canada for processing information - sent them all the info on the box, and finally faxed photocopies of all sides of the box. They could not identify it - even though it was not stale-dated. The final reply was something like "We make a lot of products in a lot of countries so we can't keep track of all of them"

    I've not tried this paper yet.

    Clarence
     
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    I tried a box, but found it somewhat flat compared to regular AZO; it did not have the same sharpness or depth.

    John
     
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    Hi John,

    Did you use the regular amidol developer as per M&P's formula? Could you reduce the wash time for RC paper? Did you find any info from Kodak? I have 8x10 from M&P and will be pre-ordering their new product, but I bought this back in early December to see what the heck it was. Thank you in advance for any info you can provide.

    Cheers,
    Clarence