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    I ordered 10 rolls of 120 last night.
    Everytime I find a film or paper that I like, they discontinue it. - Paul Strand - Aperture monograph on Strand

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaryaV View Post
    Indeed, if Ilford has something to do with this, it's a very hopeful sign.
    Indeed. I like Pan F+ a lot too and if Harman is making this it's a good sign for its quality.

    If I ever figure out a use for an ISO 25 film I'll try some. Not being flippant, I know a lot of you like slow film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regular Rod View Post
    It's a high quality film. The substrate is bluish, which is no problem. It also lays as flat as flat can be. Grain is small. Contrast seems to be controllable. Tonal range is what I'd hoped for. It developed alright in OBSIDIAN AQUA at 1 in 500, for 12 minutes semi-stand @ 20 deg. C. The packaging is exactly the same as ILFORD 120 films except for the words. The anti halation coating soaks off in a black flush. The reciprocity factor I based on the figures Mahn sent me, which were 1/1000 – 1“ no change, 2“ becomes 3“, 10“ becomes 20“, 20“ becomes 50“, 50“ becomes 180“.



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    Photograph looks very good.
    Bluish base ? Foma is using blue base. And it dries flat to, bat Foma base seems not to be as thick as Ilford or Kodak stuff. Foma also use a huge amounts of dye, one water pre-bath is usually not removing everything and the developer comes out still light blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt View Post
    I ordered 10 rolls of 120 last night.
    Where from ? Who in N.America is already carrying this film ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timor View Post
    Where from ? Who in N.America is already carrying this film ?
    To compare prices, this is Macodirect in Germany:
    http://www.macodirect.de/advanced_se...3a&language=en

    Prices are Vat 19% included, but when you're outside the EU you can ask them to drop the Vat.

    Their shipping charges:
    http://www.macodirect.de/cms.php?cID=1

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    b&h lists it, in 120 & 35, the 127 is already listed as discontinued.

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    That's because the 127 was a mistake. There's a separate thread on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    That's because the 127 was a mistake. There's a separate thread on this.
    Link? Will it ever come in 127?
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    It was an information mistake by an import agent.
    Concerning type 127 in general, there is an uncertainty at the moment about the ability to have such conversions done at all.

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    developer Rollei RPX-D

    I ordered 120 roll film and 135-36 film today.

    BTW: did anyone use the recommended developer Rollei RPX-D before?
    Any good?
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