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    I have some photos of my grandfather during the Second World War, and a postcard with a portrait of his first command (= Carabinieri police) on paper Ferrania.
    I also found this .... provided the Italian army (pre republic ... so royal army).

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    I use B/W ... for me is more important paper and the famous Pancro P30 film .

    Post scriptum about quality :these pictures have suffered from the war , 70 years of neglect, but they are still perfect!

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    That's very interesting. Thanks for sharing! Did they make paper in the the more recent past? I guess what I am wondering is does Ferrania have the machinery in that factory to make paper. I would like to also note that they did mention in an interview that they have 220 capability.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    This will be very interesting to follow. I wonder what the pricing will be. Did Ferrania ever make papers?
    Yes.

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    Holgadirect.com sells solaris film, which is ferrania I believe.

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    But "old" film from Ferrania no new make frome Film Ferrania.

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    Better than no film isn't it?
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

    http://www.flickr.com/kediwah

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    The new film seems already available? Item 141150411929 on the Bay.

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    No, that looks like color negative film. IIRC, their first film was to be a reversal.

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    The film at Ebay is designated Ferrania Technologies. This company has stopped film production years ago.

    Why should new films clandestine slip in via Ebay?
    There is no hint at all that production has started at Film Ferrania.
    We even don not know the name of any future films from Film Ferrania.

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    Aha. That's one reason I didn't buy that film - I was wondering why only limited numbers were around!

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