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    Will this be on the current product line including Warmtone?

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    I am assuming that any of the processes do not negatively impact the archiability of the image?.... How about the look and feel of the paper?
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    Fantastic news, Simon!

    Cheers

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    Sounds great. I have been a dyed in the wool RC man myself up to now but if I could be sure of avoiding the problem of curl or at least solving it easily, I might give it a go despite my water bill rising a little.

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    Sounds promising. Will this also improve drydown characteristics?
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    It is like a dream has come true. Thank you, Ilford, for thinking of comsumers and improving the quality of your products. I am looking forward to seeing this wonderful product.
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    Great. I have lots of trouble in the humid summer making 8x10 contact prints in my vacuum easel. The paper curls beneath the negative before I can get the glass down. This new process sounds like a solution.
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    This has to be the solution to a century and a half-old problem! Who said there wasn't anything left to be done in traditional materials?
    Using film since before it was hip.


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    Please everybody, avert your eyes while I grovel at Simon's feet.

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    Nice one Simon! Long live Ilford!!
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