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    Thanks for the information.

    Andrew, if I may ask. Do you find HP5 to be any harder to work with than FP4. I have shot alot of FP4, but the only HP5 I have used is in MF.

    Thanks!

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    Hi Gary,

    Sorry for my late reply. No I do not find HP5 any harder to work with than FP4. It is actually easier to work with. A lot more forgiving.

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    I would go with the faster HP5, cannot beat a little speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Hi Gary,

    Sorry for my late reply. No I do not find HP5 any harder to work with than FP4. It is actually easier to work with. A lot more forgiving.
    Andrew,

    Thanks very much! I greatly appreciate the info, it helps alot.

    Gary
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    Set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life.

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    Hi Gary,

    Where abouts are you in Japan? I lived in Kurume (Fukuoka ken) for about 12 years...going back there this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew O'Neill View Post
    Hi Gary,

    Where abouts are you in Japan? I lived in Kurume (Fukuoka ken) for about 12 years...going back there this summer.
    Hi Andrew,

    Way up north in Niigata on the Sea of Japan, about as far away from Fukuoka as you can get; been here for 11 years, plus 4 more for uni. I have been to Kurume once actually nice area, but too hot for me. If you are going thru Tokyo or Nagoya drop me an email. I travel to both of them every couple of weeks.


    Cheers.

    Gary
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    Set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life.

    Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc.

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    Tell me about it...I am not looking forward to the hot humid summer. I spend most of my time dodging from one air conditioner to the next.

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