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    shutterbug sometimes had people selling 70mm. look at the ads. b+h, dont they still have or can deliver, at least kodak CN. and agfa avicolor?
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    Maco Direct have some too - the 400 is perforated, the 25 isnt, from memory.
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    Sorry to come in late on this. What is the status of Ilford HP5 in 70mm DP? I'll buy some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Reed View Post
    As a possible extension of the Harman special sheet film production scheme, is there any interest in something similar in FP4/HP5 in 70mm perforated?

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    When we first discussed it, Simon Galley estimated it would need a £20-30k order to kick it off - this then came down to 120 cans, so 60 cans is a big concession from Harman. So is there enough of a user base in 70mm to keep a regular supply of the format on tap, in very popular emulsions? We await the response with interest.
    Martin,

    I will commit to five cans of HP5. WHile I would normally buy 2 cans at a time, I'm sure I can sell off two cans to other users.

    Thanks for taking the lead on this effort.
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    I have some 70 mm stuff collecting dust. But before thinking about pressing it into service again, it would be good to know the costs. How much for a 100 ft roll of DP 70 mm film?
    And can it not be a more modern emulsion than FP4 or HP5? Why not Delta?

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    I would take at least two rolls of HP5 or Delta400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Reed View Post
    .....Having run it past the planners at Harman, they are prepared to cut it as a special order for Silverprint. We would have to order a minimum of 60 cans of 30 metres, in either film type, and keeping it priced as competitively as possible it would sell at £80.00 + VAT per roll. ......
    QG,

    In Martin's first post of this thread he mentioned a cost of £80.00 + VAT.

    As for Delta, my lenses are old and prefer HP-5. Delta would sould like Hip-Hop music to them....
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    Quote Originally Posted by aoresteen View Post
    In Martin's first post of this thread he mentioned a cost of £80.00 + VAT.
    But that was about 20 months ago.


    Quote Originally Posted by aoresteen View Post
    As for Delta, my lenses are old and prefer HP-5. Delta would sould like Hip-Hop music to them....
    Mine are old too, but have kept up with the times.
    Besides, Delta isn't exactly 'fresh' either. But you're right: neither is hip-hop...
    Still, rather Delta than FP4 for me. And rather FP4 than HP5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    But that was about 20 months ago.
    So by now the price will have gone down, just like computer prices!

    Quote Originally Posted by Q.G. View Post
    Mine are old too, but have kept up with the times.
    Besides, Delta isn't exactly 'fresh' either. But you're right: neither is hip-hop...
    Still, rather Delta than FP4 for me. And rather FP4 than HP5.
    I'll buy what the group wants. It's not likely that we will get more than one emulsion. So if it's Delta, I'm still in. I can always use my 110 f/2 Plannar if i need more speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aoresteen View Post
    So by now the price will have gone down, just like computer prices!
    That would be something, wouldn't it?

    Quote Originally Posted by aoresteen View Post
    I'll buy what the group wants. It's not likely that we will get more than one emulsion. So if it's Delta, I'm still in. I can always use my 110 f/2 Plannar if i need more speed.
    Before the group has decided that the only option is to buy what the group wants, the decision what that will be has to be made.
    How about Delta (for the better - in my opinion - emulsion) 400 (for the speed)?

    Mind you, i find that ISO 400 film often is much too fast for the f/2 Planar. Good thing that the shutterspeeds go 'up the short end' quite a bit. But still, i want to us ethat lens at f/2, and not stopped down even moderately.
    So if in anyway possible, ISO 100 for me?

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