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    Film Availability

    After looking at some sources on the web, it seems we are down to 2 emulsions for ULF. Efke 100 and HP5+ 400. Freestyle had been carrying Efke 50 but no longer lists it except for some stuff on short date sale. Is the Efke 50 available overseas? Any other emulsions out there or are these the only two currently available?
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    If you check Adox (they make Efke 100), I'm pretty sure they offer CHS 25 and 50 in ULF as well.

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    Digital truth has fresh Efke 25 and 100. Also Glazers still may be selling ULF Tmax 400. And Ilford offers both FP4 and HP5 as part of thier annual run.

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    FP4+ is usually available during Ilford's special order periods.

    Kodak sheet films are available in ULF sizes, if you can get the minimum order together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    ...Kodak sheet films are available in ULF sizes, if you can get the minimum order together.
    I'd encourage anyone interested in 11x14 320TXP to contact Rod at Photomark. See this page for details:

    http://www.photomark.com/large_format.html

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    I sent an email to Digital Truth about Efke and Jon quickly responded. He confirmed the currently ULF sizes will only be available in Efke 100 only. However, he also said it was not uncommon for Efke to discontinue a product only to revive it again a few months down the road. I guess Efke has done this a number of times, so it may only be a short term issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    I'd encourage anyone interested in 11x14 320TXP to contact Rod at Photomark. See this page for details:

    http://www.photomark.com/large_format.html
    Thanks for the heads up.
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    Wephota films are ULF, they are in Europe, here's a dealer http://www.lumiere-shop.de/index.php...lm.html/page/2

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    I usually use Ilford(most of them) and Adox(I find it easily) for my ULF camera, but I would like to ask,if some know the answer, Why Foma dosen't produce a ULF films?

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    Efke is nice stuff. reasonable too...

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