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    Wephota (=Efke or Foma) sells 10x12" B&W films with 25 or 100 ISO.
    Philippe Grunchec

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    Curt,

    There is some 10 x 12 HP5 for sale over at the Large Format Forum. 1, 25 count box for 75 dollars.

    not sure if you are ready for that or not but I thought you might want to know

    best of luck

    Monty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebra View Post
    I shoot a Canham 10 x 12 for both film based Pt/Pd Gumover work and my wet plate work. I LOVE the format. PM if you want any specific questions answered but the format itself is great, significantly bigger than 8 x 10 but not as monstrous as 11 x 14. At least that's the Goldilocks feel it gives to me......just right

    monty
    I totally agree with Monty about this format. It also happens to be the largest I can now handle comfortably. Film is readily available in the Ilford yearly run.
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    Interesting thread, I was thinking about this format myself as I came into some green/blue single emulsion mammo film for free(100 shts) and wanted to use it. Mine rated at iso 50 in D-23 3:1 gives a good continous tone image with my "thrown together gator bd pinhole".
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    I ordered a box of Green and have it now so I'll test it out. I am going for an 11X14 camera now, working on it each day. I still think 10X12 is a great format. Maybe a reduction back?
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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