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    Polaroid 20x24 NOT DEAD:

    I have posted an announcement on my website, I'll post the same info here
    We've got 20x24 materials for around a year based on current usage, and talks are progressing to arrange future supply. I don't know anything about other formats, 20x24 is relatively easy since it comes on rolls.
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    Yeah! Let us know how it goes. I figure if 20x24" is possible, then maybe I can still do 8x10".
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    Double yeah! only difference is cutting the sheet and attaching the chemical pods, right?
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    Are the chemical pods the unique element with Polaroid? It would seem that the larger sized formats could be made to work as long as the pods are available. Are the papers (B&W and Color) available from other processes?

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    No!

    These are special silver-salt resp. dye diffusion processes which will need special films/papers aside from those chemical pods:

    a special receptive paper for B&W;

    at least a special colour emulsion for Colour.


    You'll find much more at:
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum205/...-emulsion.html



 

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