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    OK Old timers...

    ... I need a memory prod here.

    Back in the early 1980's, AGFA had a slide to print system that used only one chemical step. IIRC, the paper was exposed through the base side which of course required that the slide be projected in reverse.

    Does anyone remember the process and its name?
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    Old timers!!!! :o

    Wasn't the 80's like, 5 years ago?


    Sorry, Bob, can't answer your question. I'm forgetting more things these days ...

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    AGFA had the Agfachrome Speed Process - a dye diffusion process - from 1983-85

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Brown
    Old timers!!!! :o

    Wasn't the 80's like, 5 years ago?
    Eighties! Reminds me it's time to clean the fridge.

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    I've got an Old Timer.
    It is a Gra Lab that I got from my Father.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordrob
    AGFA had the Agfachrome Speed Process - a dye diffusion process - from 1983-85
    [SIZE=7]THAT'S IT!!![/SIZE]
    Thanks, my old fart brain lost a few too many neurons...
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