Quote Originally Posted by dnmilikan
with a corresponding new emulsion (wouldn't you know this about Kodak...take a good thing and change it).
According to Michael Smith, it's not Kodak's fault. There's been a change in the chemistry of the gelatin they can get which forms the substrate of the emulsion. Their choice was to either make the change or stop producing Grade 2 altogether. Personally, I'm rather happy that they chose the former. I've gotten much better prints with it than the old Rochester emulsion.