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    I was still waiting for the RC version, but at this rate, better take what I can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    This could be a problem as I am planning a project which ideally needed the paper over the next year or so. May have to plan a work around using reversal processing of conventional B&W paper (which can give superb results).

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    Where is such processing documented? Might be interesting to try.

    I still have some frozen Panalure. That might be ideal, but unfortunately no longer available new of course.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
    Makes me realize just how spoiled we are to even have Ilford-Harman around.
    I am 100% in agreement.

    Just snagged a couple 25 packs of 4x5 to play with before it all disappears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Where is such processing documented? Might be interesting to try.

    I still have some frozen Panalure. That might be ideal, but unfortunately no longer available new of course.)
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    Pretty please

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    Yes,thanks for the heads-up and all the best in obtaining your goals. I have now fully converted from Kodak to Ilford films and Papers. For Processing chemicals ,I mix my own from bulk;just because I can and it's a lot of funfun to be a photographicalchemist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donkee View Post
    I am 100% in agreement.

    Just snagged a couple 25 packs of 4x5 to play with before it all disappears.
    Bad idea.

    When you realise how good it is you'll just want to go and buy more and bigger sheets (ask me how I know), and the pain will be all the worse if it does go the way of the efke.
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    I have found this material to be a wonderful teaching tool for pinhole photography workshops and for my own use. Best wishes to Ilford/Harman in keeping this product alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    we may not succeed in our endeavours.
    I know you were just offering the typical disclaimer here Simon. If your sister company could do it, you guys most certainly will !!

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    We finally get a local supply here in Australia (at twice the cost) and you go and stop production....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Where is such processing documented? Might be interesting to try.

    I still have some frozen Panalure. That might be ideal, but unfortunately no longer available new of course.)
    The reversal processing of conventional B&W papers is similar to film but for the highest quality results it's a case of balancing the developer and the incorporated silver halide solvent to suit the particular paper. It's not particularly difficult and the process is/was used in B&W Photo booths.

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