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    Good!!!!!
    I used to shoot with it in 120, and now I can still do it.
    thank you, Simon and Harmon Ilford
    Digital is Slow..........Analog is ROCK!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Holliday View Post
    Good news! Is there any way the SFX P filter can be used with a Hasselblad bay 60 mount?

    Or is the filter available in a 100 x 100mm size to fit the Hasselblad ProShade?
    Generally, the SFX filter is equivalent to a Wratten 89B so any filter that says it's the same as the 89B will do the job (e.g. B+W 093 and Hoya R72).

    Cheers, Bob.

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    My dealer told me that in April will have Ilford in SFX 35mm and 120....
    My Rolleiflex is ready.....

    Cheers

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    For the best example I have ever seen of what's possible with Ilford SFX have a look at " Quality in Photography" by Roger Hicks and Frances Schultz. On page 64 there is " Mill and Foliage" by Frances. OK it must have been 120 rather than 35mm and it was an ALPA but the effect is superb and appears grain free. The comments provided by the authors suggest that if it wasn't a SFX filter then it was the equivalent.

    Hugh Milsom's Infra-Red Photography has an Ilford SFX shot which was taken in the Autumn and is, I think, a 35mm shot with a SFX filter which is also good but as it was Autumn the infrared effect, as he says, is not as dramatic as it would have been if taken in early summer.

    For whatever reason's such as film size and time of year, the Frances Schultz shot has the definite edge and is the one to look at if you are a 120 shooter and want to know what' s possible with Ilford SFX and the right filter.

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    ILFORD SFX 200 COMPETITION 2007
    http://www.ilfordphoto.com/sfx/

    kunihiko kario

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    I was able to place an order with Ilford/Wynit today. I expect the film with my next shipment.... at least they haven't mentioned any back orders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Skeoch View Post
    I was able to place an order with Ilford/Wynit today. I expect the film with my next shipment.... at least they haven't mentioned any back orders.
    -Rob
    Hi Rob,
    Will you keep the filter in stock?

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    Dear Rob et al,

    The SFX 200 film is unlikely to land in the USA and be with WYNIT until early April, For your information the 120 catalog number is 1901029 the 35mm 135-36 is 1829189 and the 'value kit' containing 3 x 135-36 + the SFX 200 filter is 1150654 : The filter on its own is 1911176

    I hope you all enjoy using this film.

    Regards

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    I didn't know you could order just the filter.. what I ordered was some 120, some 35mm and a few of the "value kits".... if you just order the filter Simon is it the same filter as in the kits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kunihiko View Post
    ILFORD SFX 200 COMPETITION 2007
    http://www.ilfordphoto.com/sfx/

    Thanks! I Hadn't seen that one yet . Time to take the last few rolls of the old stock out of the freezer .

    I've checked some of my "regular" webshops; I haven't yet seen one that lists the new SFX...

    Can somebody recommend an online shop in mainland Europe or UK that lists SFX (in 120 format)?

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