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    Dear All,

    I will speak to the team re 4 x 10 ( no promises ) I am also listening re UK and European demand, please give us the opportunity to sort out the USA and then
    I will follow up European opportunities, promise

    Simon.

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    Simon,

    Thanks for investigating the option on 4x10!

    Steve

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    Don't forget--220 is ULF too! 6x144!

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    My name is André MOUTON, from France. My company, TAOS PHOTOGRAPHIC ( www.taosphotographic.com) is fully involved in large format photography. I have asked to Ilford to distribute some ULF sheet films for the EU community. I would be pleased to know if some of you would be interested by which specific formats and would agree to support me in my approach.

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    André, I'm always interested in 30x40cm film. And 24x30cm too, even if I have no camera in that size (yet).
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    I am also interested in 30x40 cm film for an English 12x15" camera. I don't know how standardised the sheets are/were for this oddball size, but assuming the prices are in line with film area I'd rather shave a few mm off a 30x40 mm sheet than cut down 12x20. I am also thinking of making an 11x14 reducing back for my camera, so European availability of sheets in that size is of interest for me.

    I don't expect to be buying film in any quantitiy for six months or so, but I would warmly encourage any effort to get a European dealer organised.

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    Thank you Ole and Struand for your interest. I put you down on my list.
    André

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