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    Is there any way to distinguish "new" Harman-produced Bergger film from older Forte-produced Bergger film? Any differences on the box? I shop at Pro Photo here in Paris, so I'd expect them to have the new stuff, but rather than asking and hoping they know, I'd like to see if anyone else knows for sure.

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    Oh, yes. Packaging is completely different, don't worry. New boxes are grey with green (NB) or blue (CB) on the stickker.
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    Sorry -- NB and CB mean what?

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    NB: neutral baryta
    CB: Chaud (Warm) Baryta
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    Oh -- I was talking about film.

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    Nope. You have still old stock. Why? Because the new production has not been launched yet.At this time, only multigrade baryta paper was produced.
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    Are you sure, according to Linhof Studio, who are a UK Bergger dealer there is a New 100 ISO film, as well as the BRF 15 ISO emulsion which was tested in Réponses Photo, just before Christmas.

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    Yes but first: brf 100 was produced in forte plant. Second, the brf 15 is no longer available, at the moment.
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