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    Quote Originally Posted by kjsphoto View Post
    Makes complete sense.

    As long as their is FP4 and HP5 I am happy
    I don't care for FP4 and HP5 at all, but Delta 400 in sheets would be a product that I would buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by david b View Post
    any chance of pan f in 4x5 ?
    It has been denied on APUG many times.
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    No worries Simon. As long as there is an amble supply of FP4+, Delta 100 and HP5+ (especially in 4x5 and 5x7), I'm happy.

    Thanks and Keep up the good work!

    Brad.

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    Pan f in 4x5 would make me a happy camper too!

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    Pan F+ in sheet film has been addressed many times before, along with the requests for 220 format. I don't know why it continues to dog so many topics...

    I've only recently tried Pan F+, and it's something I intend to buy bricks of if I ever have the money - I'd hate to see it go. So a sound decision, and thanks for keeping us posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleath View Post
    Pan F+ in sheet film has been addressed many times before, along with the requests for 220 format. I don't know why it continues to dog so many topics.
    I think it's entirely natural. If there isn't going to be a Delta 25, and the concern is to keep Pan F viable, then it seems all the more desirable to find some way to overcome the problem of putting it onto sheet film, and the research and development needed to do that might (I don't pretend to know) be a fraction of that which was contemplated for Delta 25.

    As for 220, I intend to continue asking for it. If you don't like it, shoot me.

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    Simon, thank you for the positive way you have kept us informed, regarding the reasons for the decision!

    Mick.

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    Simon,

    Thank you for keeping us informed. I appreciate the fact that you listen to us and make it a priority to communicate with us as well.

    Best regards,

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleath View Post
    Pan F+ in sheet film has been addressed many times before, along with the requests for 220 format. I don't know why it continues to dog so many topics...

    Well, some of us haven't been here as long as the rest of you. I haven't seen it discussed since I joined and whilst I do use the search facility to try and find old threads, I haven't read the entire site... yet!

    But, Pan F+ in sheet would certainly appeal to me.
    Personally I find FP4+ a bit too quick for my ancient shutters and hand capped lenses!

    Steve

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    Thanks for the update. Pan F is one of my favourite films and I would hate to see in sacrificed for something that may or may not be better.

    A Wise decision indeed.


    Brian

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