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    Kodak Vericolor Print Film 4111

    I know this product is discontinued, But I am seeking Kodak Vericolor Print Film 4111. Does anyone know of a source for this Product? or the equivalent in 8x10" I am looking for a large quantity
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    I used the use a fair bit of this and the 5072 35mm version.
    All I can help is the Kodak cat number which is 122 1373 according to my records.
    Good luck,
    I think you'll need it
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    I know its not what you wanted exactly but a seller had some 4x5 here you could contact him see if he has more hope that helps:
    http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/Vericolor-Pri...-/320514815439
    Last edited by Mark Antony; 06-07-2010 at 06:55 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Not Kodak, not 8x10 but 10" wide C-41 print film.

    Made by Agfa.

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    You're looking for 8x10 sheets? I've got 10+ boxes of 4111 4x5 sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amac212 View Post
    You're looking for 8x10 sheets? I've got 10+ boxes of 4111 4x5 sheets.
    no im looking for 4x5"
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    I've got five boxes dated 10/2003.

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    Im soooo jealous of agman and amac212!!!!
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    Steve;

    I had a box of this product and tried it about 2 years ago, when the label showed it was about 5 years out of date. It was awful. Very foggy. It had been kept at RT all that time, or about 20 deg C. So, I would have to assume that the film keeps poorly. IDK for sure, but anything you get may be suspect.

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    Hi ron yes this seems to be the case I have had some in deep freeze which is great but i have tried using some that was at room temp ...it was less then desirable. Did you use 4111 when it was fresh ron? it was a brilliant kodak product wasnt it?
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    I have used it fresh to make transparencies from negatives. It and its predecessors were great films, designed like Eastman Color Print film or the current Vision print products. It had a high Dmax and long tone scale and the neg-pos combination could outdo any E6 slide hands down!

    It is very fine grained and very slow. It is also very sharp. I have coated single layer experiments of an earlier version of this film, in order to improve image quality under some conditions. I think I may have a research disclosure published on this.

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