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    I like ilford MGIV FB in multigrade, or cooltone. selium toned
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    I haven't tried it, but has anyone tried Fomatone? I thought this was a contact paper. At least it is slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Noel
    I just checked the web site and Bergger Art Contact is nt listed under their products.
    It is - but only in French. It's not on the English pages, and hasn't been for years. http://www.bergger.fr/presfr.htm !
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    The Bergger Art Contact paper isn't really a "contact" paper. It prints very easily under an enlarger and is not especially slow. It is a cooltone paper on triple weight base. I still haven't found a good use for it. Don't know if it's still in production, but if you are looking for a slow,predominantly chloride paper for contact printing,this aint it.

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