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    It was the film, phew. The single FP4 neg is worlds apart. Absolutely tack sharp, superb contrast, tight crisp grain...as it should be.

    That Maco was an ugly experience, one that I do not care to repeat. I lost a great image to that film and am thoroughly annoyed! I spent so long doubting myself too!

    Tho I have not printed yet, the 300 F9 geronar appears plenty sharp enough too with very good contrast indeed. Once I have more user info on this lens I will post it. As I have a 305 G claron, it will be interesting to compare them in terms of resolution, tho I know the claron will trounce it for IC. At 290 g tho the geronar is tiny and still corner sharp with 1 inch rise at F32. If it can handle 2 inches of rise, its a keeper!

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    Tom, good news! Glad it was just the film. Hope the Geronar works out for you and has enough coverage. tim

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