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    Thanks Ken and Newt for the info!

    So current list is?????
    Slavich Unibrom, graded, matte and glossy, RC and FB
    Kentmere Bromide, graded, glossy, FB
    Fujibro, VC, glossy, RC
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    I believe the Fujibro is a graded paper. On the Japan Exposures site they state: "Please specify contrast grade when ordering."

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    Yep, the Fujibro is graded, 2 and 3 if I remember correctly.
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    === Hijack Warning ===

    Sorry to a bit OT, but I have used the Slavich Unibrom papers in the past and liked them very much. I have not been able to source them easily since Freestyle discontinued them.

    Does anyone know of a U.S. dealer that still offers graded Slavich Unibrom papers? I'd be grateful to find a source.

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    ^Laser Reflections in WA is where I get mine....
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    Last night I printed some negatives on Ilford MGIV FB using Moresch #6 blue developer and got the beautiful blacks and snappy whites I was looking for. Now if I was just a good print maker...but every step forward helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zsas View Post
    ^Laser Reflections in WA is where I get mine....
    http://www.apug.org/forums/forum172/...flections.html
    zsas,

    Thanks! I've got Bernadette's contact info and I've e-mailed here about placing an order for me this spring. If she's the only source, I'll be happy to give her my business.

    Best,

    Doremus

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