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    I signed up for a few boxes of this paper a while ago now, but I think Adox / Mirko has to proceed as and when resources permit; so buying more Adox MCC might be a good start.

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    It is lithable (at least the original was), and is really nice in lith.

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    Yes, the original was very lithable.

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    Yes, I've seen examples - a friend of mine has hoarded some for lith.

    I re-read the thread just before I posted again, that's why I mentioned it as a lith paper. The photographs of the kettle and the interiors of Adox Fotowerke in Bad Saarow are inspiring and gives a sense of the commitment and scale of the undertaking.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebarger View Post
    Could be people are happy with what they're using?
    I think they would be even happier with some Polywarmtone too.

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    I'm sure. My thought was I'd hate to see people sign up for X amount when they really aren't interested in completing the purchase.

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    I agree, and hopefully nobody is doing that. I just wanted to keep this thread in the forefront of people's attention, as I think more interest would help bump it along. Every day we see complaining about products being lost, and here's a chance to do something about it and bring something unique back from the grave.

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    It would be nice to learn how far along the paper making process is now Wayne. I am hoping to use the paper to contact print my 8x10 negatives. I would like to comparte the new Polywarmtone with Lodima. Hence, I wonder if anyone here has used Amidol with the older version of the Polywarmtone paper. In addition, I am curious as to which developer those who are experienced with the paper have used in the past, and their comments concerning such developers. Thanks.

    I also have registered for a few boxes of the paper.
    Last edited by Mahler_one; 12-29-2010 at 07:17 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: typo

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    Hi Mirko:

    Well, many of us are waiting to use the new APX 400 film along with the new Polywarmtone!

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    I used Michael A. Smith's enlarging paper amidol formula with the old polywarmtone. I liked it very much - it gave a good range of tones and a slightly warm tone to the emulsion. I've also signed up for some of the new.
    juan



 

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