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    Quote Originally Posted by vitus View Post
    I'm afraid that Keith is right, Plus-X lovers will moan a year from now about not having any fresh Kodak stuff

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    Yes, and I'm truly sorry to have been proven right about these things many times already

    Like I said in another thread, the only sign we'll get that something is about to be discontinued is a big surge in price, and then... nothing.
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    Dear All,

    We will put 70mm film FP4+ and HP5+ on the ULF run this year :

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology LImited :

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    Wow!!! As I slowly run out of Plus-X in the fridge and begin to migrate to FP4+... Ilford are awesome. Simon - do you know whether it will be perforated or non-perforated film?

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    Unperforated and probably in more 'affordable lengths' say 100'

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    Bless you Simon. You can count on me for 1000 ft of each.
    Last edited by keithwms; 02-15-2012 at 07:15 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benveniste View Post
    Weird. Even now that you have shown me that auction I can't make it come up in a search! kodak 70mm kodak 2405 aerographic none of those terms produce this in the resulting list of items. No wonder I didn't know it was there. Stupid ebay. [On edit: oh it looks like it's because he won't ship it outside of Canada, so ebay doesn't bother showing it to me here in the US in searches, though of course with the actual auction number I can see it. ]

    (That's 70mm double-perforated Double-X for those keeping score. The auction doesn't use the term Double X but you can read it on the label.)

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    Apparently he'll ship to the U.S., but you have to contact him for the freight costs.

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    Has anyone ever developed this 2405 double x without using the special developer it seems to need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan W View Post
    Has anyone ever developed this 2405 double x without using the special developer it seems to need?
    XX does NOT need special developers whatsoever.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    I suppose if the film is used for aerial recon then the goal might be to develop it to very high contrast. But for ordinary pictorial uses, I use common developers on the aerial films- ID11/D76, xtol and wd2d+ and such, and they all work perfectly.
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