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    there is still a direct positive B&W material available for the motion film industry. its great stuff.
    "Its my profession to hijack time" ~ Stephen Frizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    There is Agfa's SCALA. NO idea if this is still available, even as ancient, long-expired stock in somebody's toy box...
    Still available. Warehouse stock.

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    By the way, the term "direct-positive" is used differently in literature and by manufacturers:
    It can mean processing with single developing stage, reversal processing, or even a diffusion process.
    Very confusing.

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    SCALA is available from FOTOIMPEX..




    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post
    Not that I can recall from Kodak, and I did use Kodak B&W for about a decade to 1990, along with Kodachrome.
    There is Agfa's SCALA. NO idea if this is still available, even as ancient, long-expired stock in somebody's toy box.... Very little is still available by way of film from Kodak.

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