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    CHS 100 type II now available in 120

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    Just in time for the holliday season: CHS 100 type II is now available in 120 as well.

    Europeans can shop directly: http://www.fotoimpex.de/shopen/films...rmat-film.html

    We introduced CHS 100 type II as a follow up to our beloved CHS 100 type I which Fotokemika took from us in 2012.
    We have tried to match CHS 100 II as closely as possible to the old film featuring:

    a rock solid classic emulsion system which has been out there for decades
    a sensitization close the one of the old CHS 100
    a single layer emulsion
    the same base material including the option of reversal processing
    an optimized backside coating to fully prevent light piping if the film is loaded in subdued light
    a special anti halation layer between the emulsion and base for enhanced sharpness
    a full set of formats from 35mm to ULF including 120
    a state of the art cascade coating avoiding all problems associated with older CHS100 Type I productions

    The new film is manufactured in Germany and thus upgraded to our professional line.

    * Certain tips which we have published in combination with the older type I film like using only ion-exchanged water or prewatering the film before the devlopment are still a good thing to do but because of the more modern coating and hardening of the emulsion not required anymore.

    Product page: http://www.adox.de/Photo/adox-films-...s-100-type-ii/
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    Great news! I have been waiting for this film to become available in 120.

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    Just shot one of my few rolls left of the CHS 100 through my Rolleiwide just the other day. This is great news. Who will carry this in the U.S. and when?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Sintchak (rich815) View Post
    Just shot one of my few rolls left of the CHS 100 through my Rolleiwide just the other day. This is great news. Who will carry this in the U.S. and when?
    Do no but
    Link to data sheet
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    This is great news. I'll include it in my next order for film !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Sintchak (rich815) View Post
    Just shot one of my few rolls left of the CHS 100 through my Rolleiwide just the other day. This is great news. Who will carry this in the U.S. and when?
    Normally, the same places selling the other ADOX products right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Miranda View Post
    Normally, the same places selling the other ADOX products right now.
    Perhaps. And I guess I could just watch Freestyle and B&H. Was just hoping the ADOX people might more details on that for us. Sometimes one place might stock before another too.
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    And what were the characteristics that made this film unique in respect to other ISO 100/125 films that were on the market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer View Post
    And what were the characteristics that made this film unique in respect to other ISO 100/125 films that were on the market?
    It's old school but better. Makes your photos sparkle and shine as never before (using the best developer and technique of course). Makes you a better photographer. Without this film you're not as good as you can be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Sintchak (rich815) View Post
    It's old school but better. Makes your photos sparkle and shine as never before (using the best developer and technique of course). Makes you a better photographer. Without this film you're not as good as you can be.


    Dan

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