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    ADOX Art Baryta

    ADOX Art Baryta - now available.

    ADOX Art Baryta is a chemically neutral acid-free paper base with 190g/sqm weight coated with a pure white Bariumsulfate-emulsion. Especially stabilized for the use with photographic emulsions or alternative processes. Also suitable for a coating with aquaeus dyes or dyes dispersed in oil. The bariumsulfate-coating enables bright highlights and keeps the coating from difusing into the paper base yielding higher sharpness and less consumption of the coated media.
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    Mirko, these are great news. I look forward to buying one package to try it.

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    what is the price and sizes available??
    Best, Peter
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    Peter,

    we made 8x10/100īs two weeks ago. Other sizes will follow.
    The price is 29 EUR net.
    You can buy it with Fotoimpex.
    Once freestyle carries this item they will charge a similar price and you donīt have shipping to the US.
    They receive samples now so it will take a few more weeks before the paper is available from Freestyle I guess.

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    Mirko

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    Generally for coating, one needs a paper cut 1 size larger than the desired format. Thus for 8x10, one would probably need 11x14 and etc.

    This has been my experience.

    PE

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    I have had a chance to test this paper with my emulsions. I find that it is excellent quality with a smooth glossy finish. It coats easily and after processing it presents an image equal to or superior to the Baryta papers that I have used before.

    PE



 

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