Quote Originally Posted by zsas View Post
The only single weight fiber, graded, cold tone (aka bromide paper) is Slavich Unibrom. I use the single weight and love it. You can get other grades from Laser Reflections, I ordered grade 3 and 4 (aka normal and contrast respectively). Your only option seems to be to buy the 20x30 cm and cut it down. The only other bromide paper (cold tone) is Kentmere, but that is grade 3, double weight, glossy only...

Slavich info from Laser Reflections...
http://www.apug.org/forums/forum172/...flections.html


Otherwise, I hope you've a flux capacitor...
So grade 3 is their Kodak grade 2? I just did a metric conversion and 20cm is close to 8 inches, but still a hair smaller. But that could work, once I get the contrast question answered. I intend to continue using Dektol 1:2 like always. If the paper doesn't stock in the grade compatible with that for normal contrast, I'll move on.