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    Pictorico

    I've been trying to locate a stockist for Pictorico OHP film in the UK as I need a pack of A4 film in order to experiment with digital negatives. Has anyone found a stockist in England? Nova is the official stockist but don't seem to have had any for a longtime. I've tried several other makes, but have yet to find anything that gives acceptable results in either a 1290 or 2400 printer.
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    Dave,
    check over at hybridphoto.i bet someone there will be able to help
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    Quote Originally Posted by ann View Post
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    check over at hybridphoto.i bet someone there will be able to help
    Thanks Ann, it looks useful.
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    Hi Dave

    Silverprint used to stock it but i have not been able to find it anywhere in the U.K so i would also be interested, however at the moment i am using Permajets version which Nova supply. I have been happy with the results and i think it may be slightly cheaper than Pictorico. 10 Sheets A4 for £12 and £23 for 10 sheets of A3. I believe Kentmere do a version to which i will try at some stage to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davec101 View Post
    Hi Dave

    Silverprint used to stock it but i have not been able to find it anywhere in the U.K so i would also be interested, however at the moment i am using Permajets version which Nova supply. I have been happy with the results and i think it may be slightly cheaper than Pictorico. 10 Sheets A4 for £12 and £23 for 10 sheets of A3. I believe Kentmere do a version to which i will try at some stage to.

    Good luck, hope you get some good results.
    Thanks for that. I emailed Nova four days ago, since they are the official supplier of Pictorico, but have not had a reply. I checked Permajets web but could not find a reference to OHP film, but will look again. I have some of the Kentmere K.Translucent film, but it is no good for this application, unless you want a "developed in Rodinal" look to your digi-negs,:o also the Epson 2400 printer will not except it as it does not lay flat enough. The best results I've had so far is with cheap OHP film from my local supermarket, until I can find some Pictorico I shall continue with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller View Post
    I've been trying to locate a stockist for Pictorico OHP film in the UK as I need a pack of A4 film in order to experiment with digital negatives. Has anyone found a stockist in England? Nova is the official stockist but don't seem to have had any for a longtime. I've tried several other makes, but have yet to find anything that gives acceptable results in either a 1290 or 2400 printer.
    Dave,
    This has been covered recently over on hybridphoto.com. Here's a link to the relevant page. http://www.hybridphoto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Taylor View Post
    Dave,
    This has been covered recently over on hybridphoto.com. Here's a link to the relevant page. http://www.hybridphoto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=64
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    Thanks Keith for that link; it seems that others are struggling with the same problem. I am enquiring after the Permajet APJ52111 film at the moment.
    Regards Dave.

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    Dave, Bostick and Sullivan have the Pictorico OHP on their web page. Could be your chance if you can't find it in the UK.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JLP View Post
    Dave, Bostick and Sullivan have the Pictorico OHP on their web page. Could be your chance if you can't find it in the UK.



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    Thanks Jan, the shipping cost rules out importing it I'm afraid since it adds 70$ to the price. I am about to order some Permajet 52111 film from RH Designs to try.
    Regards Dave.

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    Agfa Copyjet OHP is available from jigsaw24.com in the UK. I'm using it successfully for pt/pd negs.

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