Ilfotec-HC_Stand/Partial Stand Development

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Re: Ilfotec-HC_Stand/Partial Stand Development

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Ornello wrote:

I think it is hilarious that Kodak manufactures B&W films but no B&W papers.
As far as I know, neither does Fuji. If they do, then I have never seen them for sale over here in England.

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Re: Ilfotec-HC_Stand/Partial Stand Development

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foolscape wrote:You misunderstand me. I said that I'm not worried about Ilford going away because the last time I heard, they are still doing OK.

If Kodak fails, Ilford will probably pick up much of the film sales that Kodak loses.

I use Ilford papers extensively, and while they aren't the best, they are consistent.

--Gary
I see what you mean now Gary. Living in England, it makes sense for me to use Ilford films and papers because they are readily available to buy at my local photographic stores and I am very happy with them.

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Re: Ilfotec-HC_Stand/Partial Stand Development

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Keith Tapscott. wrote:
Ornello wrote:

I think it is hilarious that Kodak manufactures B&W films but no B&W papers.
As far as I know, neither does Fuji. If they do, then I have never seen them for sale over here in England.
Fuji does, or did. Not sure anymore.

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