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    Quote Originally Posted by NB23 View Post
    I've never seen any change in MGIV and it frustrates me as I'd like to have a slight change such as Oriental papers... Slightly bluish. I otherwise really like Ilford's offerings.
    You must have an extremely sharp eye to notice a change.
    Try MGIV in Kodak rapid selenium at 1:9, or even 1:5 or 1:3 ( make sure you have good ventilation). You should notice a difference within minutes. The greenish cast with be removed. I normally tone 1:9 for 6-8 minutes and it's a beautiful charcoal cold tone.

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    I found this to be an interesting discussion. A pity though that graded papers such as Ilford Galerie are overlooked these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tapscott. View Post
    I found this to be an interesting discussion. A pity though that graded papers such as Ilford Galerie are overlooked these days.
    I quite agree ! If you have negatives that match paper grades 2 and 3 ( thats what is available in Galerie ) and don't need to do split filter Printing , then ILFORD Galerie is the absolutely best paper on the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADOX Fotoimpex View Post
    There was no change in emulsion.
    We added a tiny bit less hardener to the protective layer in order to pull even with our competition.
    I am so glad that I finally found out the reason why I'd noticed the difference! Even though it's not really a change of emulsion,the characteristics,from a point of view of printer, isn't really same at all.However, the best thing to me is that I much prefer the new one. By the way,I was told that Fotoimpex had only new version of MCC in stock in any sizes.

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    I'm contemplating ordering one box of 5x7 MCC 110 (not five ) and wonder if anyone has received either the 25-sheet


    or 100-sheet

    boxes from Freestyle lately. If so, was it "new" or "original?" I'm suspicious that the smaller box is old stock since it's priced at less than 1/4 of the larger one!

    Thanks in advance for your input.

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