I have notified FADU users of this thread.
Thank you, Ilford. I don't use any of the non-standard sizes, but I'm very glad to see support of traditional film processes. I've been a very long time Kodak Agfa Fuji user and I've used Ilford some, but given the current state of affairs I've dedicated myself to convert to all Ilford over the next year or two. It's tough to give up the familiar, but with change can come good. Lately I've been buying boxes of 4x5 Delta 100, FP4+ and HP5+.
I asked Simon last year about cutting some bulk film for 122. They have to cut one full pass off a parent roll. If I remember correctly, Simon said it was somewhere around 1600 feet long. If they could guarantee that that much film would sell. They would likely do it.
As a side note, I measured 122 verichrome pan at exactly 3 5/8" wide.
And 70mm in ANY type from ilford would be welcome but I prefer PanF+ in that as well if possible.
I don't even care about the thin base... If the Rollei IR people can handle the thin base of that, I'll deal with it for some PanF+ obviously a thicker base would be better but if that's the only obstacle I'll deal with the current base...
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Here's another vote for PanF+ in 4x5!
Oh, and Ortho Plus in 135&120 would be lovely as well. :)