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    Any idea of where one might purchase Neopan 400 in 4x5 sheets today?

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    Might try the Fuji store on Maui, I don't have their # any longer, but it shouldn't be hard to find thru the online information services. If I run across it, will sent it to you. The manager's name is Linda, and she was always very helpful.

    I shot a lot of 120 Neopan 400 while living there, (mostly because it was so convenient to just drive over and pick it up. Found I liked it best in Rodinal, but that's just my 2˘.

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    Why doesn't Fuji just market their black and white films in 4x5 loose sheets in the US? Doesn't make any sense to me. I'd be all over Neopan 400 in 4x5 if I could get my hands on it. I know that megaperls carries lots of film in Japan. I didn't see the Neopan 400 emulsion on their site. Rolleijoe, are you sure their still producing this emulsion in 4x5?

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    Hi !
    I asked Dick Rössler of Megaperl yesterday. Neopan 400 is not availlable anymore in sheet.

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    Thanks for the feedback, Georges. At least it's better to know. I wish it was different. I would have made that my only film.
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    So as time goes, we are only left with HP5, Tmax 400 and Tri-X (which is a 320, not a 400) .
    There is no more FortePan 400 and Ilford does not make Delta400 in sheet.
    I've very good results with Tmax 400 in HC110.

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