Quote Originally Posted by Ray Rogers View Post
If in addition you also sensitize for red,
the material can be called "panchromatic"
(There used to be a few panchromatic b/w papers
for printing b/w prints from color negs.
Total darkness was the best safelight.)
And while the earlier Panalure wasn't very good, by the time I used the later Panalure RC in the late 90s it was quite handy. I wish someone would make such a paper (maybe in FB in a couple of grades) again. I used my Duka 50 sodium safelight set the same as I used for RA4. It was far from bright but did make handling it a lot easier than no safelight, and tested safe for normal times.

Anyone else miss Panalure? Any chance of pursuading one of the European paper makers to make something like it again?

/digression.