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    It seems they are over subscribed with Scala but they now state they may be offering Fomapan R100 processing and other sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    It seems they are over subscribed with Scala but they now state they may be offering Fomapan R100 processing and other sizes.

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    That would be a useful service.

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    Gosh,Thanks for all the replies guys,

    I will contact the lab in England,I have a local lead here too as I mentioned it to an old Pro.
    The info on the C17 is invaluable.

    Thanks again,

    I'll post the results.

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    Alternative processing formulae were published in the BJP Almanac/Annual so anyone with the raw chemistry can dve the film.

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    Last edited by Ian Grant; 10-11-2009 at 06:55 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    As there seems to be some mor interest in the CN-17...



    There were several CN-17's:


    CN-17 (maskless, later CN-17 Universal until 1975)

    CN-17 M (single-masked, Photokina 1965)

    CN-17 M (double-masked, combining Agfa and Gevaert technology, first introduced in the USA, 1965)

    CN-17 Special (same film, 1966)

    CNS (20 DIN, first Agfacolor with twin halide layers, magenty & cyan, 1968)

    CNS (new yellow coupler 1969)


    CNS took the same process as the old CN-17 Universal, but with a slightly longer fixing time.
    CN-17 Special took also the same process, but as the masking took place in the bleach bath, this had to be regenerated.

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