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    JandC has been stocking this in 35 and 120 for anyone that wants to give it a try.
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    As usual, no 220 size, so I am still stuck with Tri-X in the air.

    David.

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    Sparx,

    it´s closely related to the Maco 400Cube and their Traffic and Bankers Surveillance film, which most likely falls from the conveyor belt of a Berlin xray film producer.

    The "special chemistry" is derived from Amaloco developers, the high EI latitude is bought by use of their two developers and extreme long developing time (about 30min!).
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    This is very good news

    I use the Maco paper line and find this product very good,
    now teamed up with Rollie, a very large door has been open if this is true

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woolliscroft
    so I am still stuck with Tri-X in the air.
    I hope we're stuck with tri-x for the next hundred [or two] years !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie
    This is very good news

    I use the Maco paper line and find this product very good,
    now teamed up with Rollie, a very large door has been open if this is true
    Bob
    Is anybody in Toronto carrying Maco papers?
    Mark Layne
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    and Barbados

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    Hi Mark

    Mike Boylan with Kinderman Canada is stocking this paper, there # is 1-905-940-9262.
    Their stock now is not high but with interest I know he will place larger order.
    Mike is extremely competent and knowlegable and a pleasure to deal with.
    good luck

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    The PDF on the Rollei site about this new film is good reading. Also at $86CAD for 50 sheets ($1.72/sheet) it's not totally out of sight. I wouldn't mind getting my hands on some and going thru the paces with it.
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    The press release said ISO 1600 not EI 1600. Perhaps this is the
    first of the new technology high speed emulsions. That is the
    highest claimed ISO I've ever seen. Quick guess: it is a
    standard ISO 400 plus a two stop new Tech. boost.

    IIRC Ilford uses a multi-emulsion old tech. in it's Delta 3200 for
    an EI of 800 to 1000. Dan

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    "Some folks on photo.net have used this and are not happy"

    But a lot of those on photo.net would complain if hung with a new rope and a lot more would not be happy unless the hanging was recorded with a digital caemera.

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