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    HRST i print optically using kodak , ilford and fuji's materials. I have been printing by hand before the emulsions were altered for digital and post. And I dont complain about any of the changes. the product changed so be it. if it requires a change in filtration , exposure time , ...whatever its just an adjustment to be made. All the materials can still be used perfectly well using traditional printing techniques. so I say thank you to the makers of these fine products for still supplying them to us! Good tradesmen don't blame their tools. oh and the ilford materials we are talking about here, they were brilliant before and guess what...change or no change...they are brilliant now!
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    Ilford should offer more color products. They would probably be great..Where in the USA can one buy this paper? Is it available in sheets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Ilford should offer more color products.
    They offer 10 different halide colour materials. What more do you expect?

    Worldwide availability may be another issue though.

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    If sheets are available I am definitely interested in petitioning a vendor here in the US to start carrying it. And to address the Kodak vs. Ilford reaction: I was upset that Kodak discontinued their paper in sheets, not that they changed to digital exposure. Since I have never heard of Ilford's color paper here in the US, I have no reaction at all.
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    No, they do not offer sheets for the reflected light versions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    They offer 10 different halide colour materials. What more do you expect?

    Worldwide availability may be another issue though.
    Well this is totally new to me! They should be available in the US! Do they offer any color films that I also might not be aware of? When I said that I guess I meant more on the side of color films.
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    For some reason, I feel that if Ilford entered the market fully of color films and papers they would make an increadable product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    For some reason, I feel that if Ilford entered the market fully of color films and papers they would make an increadable product.
    I think i will clear something up:

    Ilford Photo (UK) and Ilford Imaging (Switzerland) are two entirely different companies bearing a similar name.

    Ilford Photo/Harman Technolgy based in Mobberley (UK) make the B&W films, papers and chemicals.

    Ilford Imaging in Switzerland make Ilfochrome, Ilfoflex, Ilfocolour, Ilfovinyl and inkjet materials. They do not make photographic film, just output materials - and P3/P3x chemistry for their Ilfochrome material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Well this is totally new to me! They should be available in the US! Do they offer any color films that I also might not be aware of? When I said that I guess I meant more on the side of color films.
    Materials are definitely available in the USA.

    You just need to speak to the Ilford Imaging distributor near you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Well this is totally new to me! They should be available in the US! Do they offer any color films that I also might not be aware of? When I said that I guess I meant more on the side of color films.
    Yes they do offer colour film it is transperancy and based on a similar technology to ilfochrome. it is to date the most archivally stable colour film on the market. its colour is Super rich!
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