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    I am happy to see new film and paper product coming onto the market period. Out of curiousity what is MCC and MCP?

    I am really curious to what the new film poducts are going to be like and hopefully they will be available in North America without too many hassles.

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    One is fibre the other is RC.

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    I too only wish Agfa the best bringing in new traditional film and paper products to the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Bill View Post
    I am happy to see new film and paper product coming onto the market period. Out of curiousity what is MCC and MCP?

    I am really curious to what the new film poducts are going to be like and hopefully they will be available in North America without too many hassles.

    Bill
    Acronyms for Agfa's multicontrast b/w papers:

    MCC=Multicontrast Classic (fiber base paper)
    MCP= Multicontrast Premium (RC paper)
    Last edited by acroell; 05-09-2007 at 02:46 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldevo View Post
    ...I guess a more formal announcement on the FotoImpex site indicates they are getting closer. I'm now giving myself permission to "dare to hope" that the resurrected products will be made available.

    I'll second that with, I will dare to begin to dare to hope! I wish them good luck.
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    Mirko,

    I would be glad to be one of those who will test new "agfa-adox" products.

    Tell me if I can help
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    Where do we apply to test the paper?
    Also I would love to see apx 100 and 400 in 18x24 sizes.
    Best of luck to you
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    I too would be very interested in testing the new paper.

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    This is wonderful unbelievable happy news.
    I would love to test the new MCC against the 1/2 basement full (OK-more than a few boxes) of Agfa MCC I already have.

    Thank You and Good Luck
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    Great news. Just goes to show you with the right size plant/overhead and market demand analog can keep on ticking.......

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