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    Yep, I have two of them. They are handy and work just well enough to dupe slides but you have to choose the scene carefully if you are doing pos-pos duping! Pos-neg dupes are just fine.

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    Would such a device work well for making B&W slides by copying B&W negatives onto negative film? Contrast could be controlled to a large degree by appropriate exposure and development.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    I also don't think there is any RA4 paper without back printing.
    Arista RA4 paper has no back-printing. I can't say it'd make a good interneg compared to Portra, but I've considered putting some in my camera one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    ECN is NOT NOT NOT designed for making internegatives this way due to contrast issues. It will generally not make good prints.
    I used ECN film (250T) for internegatives and the prints were good enough for me.

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    Yes, you can make B&W slides from B&W negs by adjusting the contrast.

    Color paper has such short latitude that the images would be high contrast and quite dupey looking. Same thing from cross processing RA4 in a reversal process. High contrast.

    If you think the ECN prints look good, then go ahead and use it. However, the prints are not as good as they could be due to the contrast and latitude mismatch.

    There, three in one.

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