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    Dear All,

    As promised : Press release regarding ILFORD Lab USA http:goo.glowBokP

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

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    My error sorry

    http://goo.gl/owBokP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    While this page

    does refer to Clayton, any new agreement with HARMAN could easily include a requirement that ILFOTEC DD be used going forward. It seems unlikely that there's sufficient black and white film processing demand to warrant draining and refilling the Refrema on a regular basis, and I doubt Swan will dedicate two Refremas to black and white. More likely is that the above-linked page will be updated to reflect DD...
    That page has now been updated as predicted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Dear All,

    This is indeed an exciting development....the rolling out of the first ILFORD Lab outside the UK I will issue all the press information when it is ready, this should have all the information you need.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited
    Okay Simon, your first complaint .

    The website has two flags at the top right - a US flag and a Canadian flag - plus a link that says "Not in the US?" which takes you to the UK site.

    All of Canada is "Not in the US".

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    It is missing the CAN part. In the UK site, it says "US/CAN?". On the US site it should read: "Not in the US/CAN?".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    That page has now been updated as predicted.
    That is too funny Go APUGgers
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    It says the lab can process any make of B&W film? Does this include C41 Chromogenic film such as Ilford's own XP2+ or does a chromogenic film not qualify under the definition of B&W film? A pity in many ways if chromogenic stuff cannot be processed as XP2+ is said to be ideal for printing on silver gelatin paper

    For what it is worth I didn't think that the machine at Mobberley that I saw on the 2008 could process C41 B&W film but I may be wrong and/or it may now be set up for C41 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    All of Canada is "Not in the US".

    The registration form also has a drop down for US and Canada, But even with "Canada" selected, Ontario is not in the drop-down (Mind you I did not start to fill in the form, it may want information filled in above before it checks there.)

    I did download the "off-line" form and they provide a printable Mailing label with per-paid postage, but only if mailed in the USA. the form seems to list one flat price per roll of film, with various extras like Prints added on.
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    ILFORD PROCESSING & PRINTING IN THE US STARTS NOW !

    I felt a shift in the industry forces when I read this. Ilford starts processing all types of b&w and color c-41 in the U.S. by mail at REASONBLE prices no less. Check it out !!! (And support this). Who knows, if this keeps up, could Kodachrome and K-14 processing be coming back too?

    Press Release from Ilford http://www.ilfordphoto.com/pressroom/article.asp?n=171

    Lab FAQs http://www.ilfordlab-us.com/page/83/Film-FAQ-s.htm

    Basic lab info http://www.ilfordlab-us.com/page/57/...-from-Film.htm

    Lab order form and pricing sheet. http://www.ilfordlab-us.com/35mm.asp

    Lab PDF Mailing Form http://www.ilfordlab-us.com/documents/6261%20Ilford%20Lab%20$%20with%20Order_Postage%20P aid%20Inbound%20V2.pdf
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    I guess instead of starting this thread twice at Format Forums it would better be placed at the Industry News or Product Availability Forum.

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