Thanks for your information.
Originally Posted by Deckled Edge
I haven't heard anyone having difficulty in contracting density range with this film. In fact printing on Azo I rarely have a N minus situation. The problem that I and others seem to have with this film is in the area of gaining enough contrast. It is almost impossible to get N plus one in the density range that Azo requires. That is with ABC pyro which is a heck of a lot more energetic then HC110 and has the added benefit of proportional stain that HC110 does not have. I haven't found anyone that can get N plus two out of the stuff.
In my opinion the only viable use that I would have for it would be for a low contrast film that would be used in contracting density range.
I probably have a box or two of 8X10 that I would make you a good deal on if you are interested. Since you like it and I hate it may make a good deal for both of us.