Unfortunately Kodak elected to retain the same product codes and package bar codes so to our computers the new and old look identical. We know they are not and are understand the inconvenience this represents to our customers. We are working to repair this and appreciate your patience.
Sounds good to me. You don't see too many big companies replying to niche forum threads...
Sandy is doing an evaluation of the new version for View Camera that will be up in the Subscriber's Section of the web site in a couple of weeks. We will also publish his article in our March/April 08 issue.
I am a bit frustrated with the delay resulting from the stock replenishment strategy, but the new stuff, as tested in 35mm, is so good I will wait. And the sheet film formulation will be added to my arsenal, no questions asked. This is the best E-K analog product introduction in a long, long time.
Honey, I promise no more searching eBay for cameras.
so let me ask this question-will the new tmy in 120 print through with an azo type paper?? I sometimes make 6x7 contacts on older azo. anyone know if it will???
TMY-2 should print fine with AZO. AZO is sensitive to both Blue and UV light so the UV coating of the 120 film should not interfere with printing AZO. A couple of years ago I tested Tmax-100, which has a UV coating, with AZO, and it printed fine.