Originally Posted by MartinP
Foma still make a "contact-speed" paper, called Fomalux. That might be worth a look. It is a fibre paper with a slow chloride emulsion.
Yes, use the slowest paper you can find. If you replace the bulb in the printer make sure that light coverage remains uniform.
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