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    Goldman
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    X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    I was ready to buy the green Fuji X-ray film from Z&Z medical, but the sales person recommended the single emulsion Carestream X-ray film.
    Here is the link: https://www.zzmedical.com/analog-x-r...ideo-film.html
    Is any body used this x-ray film (8x10 Carestream single emulsion video x-ray)

    Thanks
    Bill

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    It is the only film I use in the 8x10. I wish they made it in 5x12 and 7x17. Easy to handle,good speed, nice negatives.

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    Yes, some like it, but it is more money. I use it.

    I also use Kodak CSG Carestream double sided.

    I have never used Fuji.
    TIN CAN COLLEGE

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    Even though it is more costly, it is dirt cheap when compared to the price of traditional panchromatic films. Besides, it doesn't scratch very easily.

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    I use it and I really like it. MUCH less easy to scratch than the double sided. I shoot it at ISO 50, it develops about the same as the double-sided.

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    If I could get it here in europe at a reasonable price, I would use it all the time, I'm sure. It's the superior choice in xray film.

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    Nice! Now maybe I can afford 14x17 film for pinhole camera use. Thanks for the link!

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    Dang, the price of Ektascan sure has gone up since I bought it last! I've used it, but so far I've never got an acceptable (to me) neg from it. However, now that I've got a good development technique worked out with CSG Green I'm going to give Ektascan another go.

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    This stuff is blue sensitive, right?

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    Re: X-ray film from Z&Z Medical

    No, Ektascan BR/A is green sensitive (and therefore also blue-sensitive, but not exclusively).

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