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    Ektar 100 in 220?

    I just got off the phone with Kodak Professional (1-800-242-2424 option 13 - B&W gets you to the pro color division guys).

    I asked about Ektar 100 in 220 rolls. He said it was possible but didn't know if it was in the plans. Every call get tracked and are reviewd by production managers.

    So if you are interested in seeing Ektar 100 in 220 rolls, give Kodak a ring and ASK them for it. It can't hurt!
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    I'm not going to get greedy! I imagine if it's highly successful in 120, 220 is well possible.
    Jim MacKenzie - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Favourite film: do I need to pick only one?

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    I agree—let's not get ahead of ourselves! For the time being (and foreseeable future), I'd be satisfied if medium format film only came in 120 format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E76 View Post
    I agree—let's not get ahead of ourselves! For the time being (and foreseeable future), I'd be satisfied if medium format film only came in 120 format.
    What he said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by E76 View Post
    I agree—let's not get ahead of ourselves! For the time being (and foreseeable future), I'd be satisfied if medium format film only came in 120 format.
    And I'd be satisfied if 220 were available in every emulsion!
    Charles Hohenstein

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    I am still waiting for the return of 220 in Plus-X.

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    But guys, if we don't ask for it, how will Kodak know that we want it?
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    Quite right.

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    I just want more B+W 220 choices for me! How about some plus-x, FP4, Pan F+, or one of the more specialty emulsions (Efke 25...) in 220. Oh, I'll keep dreaming.
    David

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    Write a letter to Kodak! It may be effective if they get enough....I am doubtful that will say yes.
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