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    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vdonovan View Post
    That's the right price! Have fun. Fuji Instant is totally addictive. I really like the FP 3000.
    Thank you, I read somewhere else that's great instant film. Can't wait to try it.

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    Considering that Fuji instant films are really the only practical option, what can you do? There are some offerings of instant film from "The Impossible Project", but the results from that material are drawing mixed reviews. The color materials deliver good color, and all the Fuji stuff is all crisp and has good contrast and reasonable longevity.
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    Thank you Frank, I checked the IMPOSSIBLE out, no 4x5 though.

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    You can get a pretty good color 4X5 negative from Fuji FP100C45, with colors and shades unlike any other emulsion. Decent detail too and scanner-friendly. Click on the negative in the upper right in new55, linked in the signature if you are interested in a how-to.

    Bob

    also, here's a negative demonstrating OK sharpness, look around the eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobCrowley View Post
    You can get a pretty good color 4X5 negative from Fuji FP100C45, with colors and shades unlike any other emulsion. Decent detail too and scanner-friendly. Click on the negative in the upper right in new55, linked in the signature if you are interested in a how-to.

    Bob

    also, here's a negative demonstrating OK sharpness, look around the eyes.
    Thank you, btw that is an excellent photograph.

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