Ultrafine Continuous Tone Duplicating Film for Pt/Pd process

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  1. payral

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    Did someone already used that Ultrafine Continuous Tone Duplicating Film to enlarge negatives for platinum/palladium process ?
    How was the results ?
     
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    I shoot it in camera, and print gum with the negs, if that helps.
     
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    What is the contrast range for gum printing ?
     
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    What more can be said about this film.

    At $2/sheet at 11x14" it's probably the most affordable ULF film. I want to use it to make enlarged negatives.
     
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    I soooo wish they would pay a web developer or do something with that site.

    I love those guys and buy there frequently but usually through ePrey just so i don't have to visit the site.
     
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    Yeah, it's painfully lacking information. Tech sheets anyone??
     
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    Well I don't know if I can trust what is in stock based on the web info.
    80% of what I want is listed as out but am waiting on an item that has no "currently out of stock" notice/banner but the last time I asked it was indeed OUT.

    O well lets see how the Contact page works.

    They always answered fairly promptly when I message them through the Bay.