Originally Posted by johnielvis
you can also print directly to fuji instant using an enlarger, contact or a special "polaprinter" slide copier.
I remember those old polaroid daylab contraptions!
Harman Direct Positive Paper?
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Or if you are adventurous. B&W reversal process your paper as well.
Dektol first developer, K2Cr2O7 bleach and NaS clearing bath, wash with white room lights on and then normal B&W process again.
But +1 for Harmon DPP. Much better black and while tonal range than can be achieved with reversal processing regular paper, and a heap faster/easier to process.
Cheers - Andy C
16mm Cine, 35mm, 120, 5x4 & 7x5.