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    1) Anyone successfully used delta 100 for Pd or kallitype?

    2)anyone ever gotten it to expand higher than N+1?

    3)anyone know of a twin that comes in 5x7? FP4 is not a twin
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    Twin?
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    Delta 100 does not come in 5x7. Is there a film out there that does that is just like delta 100 or is renamed. Like Forte is Bergger, is Classic, and I believe photo ware house brand is a repackaged ilford.
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    Ok, I get it. I've only used fp4 with my 5x7. Sorry, I don't know of a 5x7 film that would compare to Delta 100. I wish Delta 400 came in 5x7.

    I shoot Delta 400 Pro in 120 size, develop in straight Perceptol, and on my 18x24 enlargements, there is still NO GRAIN!! It is the only film I shoot with my Veriwide.
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    Forte and Bergger are definately not the same. Ive used both quite a bit.
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    having worked with them.

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    I have curves, but I refuse to take pictures of myself
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    Forte and Berrger are different, Forte and J&C Classic are apparently the same
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    Mark, have you considered Efke 100? I have been shooting it recently in 4x5, taking side-by-side shots with Delta 100 and developing both in Pyrocat-HD. Efke 100 is certainly not a twin of Delta 100, but it looks like it is more amenable to expansions and contractions.

    Having said that, I am very fond of Delta 100 and wish it was available in 5x7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdef
    Hi Aggie. Sandy says they are. How do you come to your conclusion?

    I have compared JandC Classic 200 to Bergger BPF 200 and they test almost exactly the same.

    And I did the same for JandC Classic 400 and Forte 400. They also test exactly the same.

    I am not sure what Forte film is being compared to BPF in this thread. If it is Forte 200 I have not had an opportunity to compare it to BPF 200.

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