Originally Posted by Ian Grant
I use both the 100 & 200 emulsions they need a little taming, as Robert says drop the speed, they also build up contrast quickly so need about 2/3rds the development of other films.
Not sure that the 200 is any better or should be more revered it's just an excellent film, I'm just about to print some Fomapan 200 negs in a few minutes. (Just stopped for a British cup of tea ).
Blanc & Negro sell Foma in Australia I believe.
They do, and so do other sources or importing cheaply too. I mean any extended red film I've found carries a high price, or massive shipping cost.