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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Quote Originally Posted by steve simmons View Post
    Be patient with HP5+. There may be a new solution.


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    Steve, when can you say more about the hp5+? The Ilford deadline is coming up pretty quick.

    I thought about holding out for more tmy, but went ahead and ordered some fp4+ mainly to quit stewing about it. But if (or when) it becomes available, I'll buy some...Hell, I'd like to buy some of every brand if they cut it in the sizes I need.

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Quote Originally Posted by steve simmons View Post
    Be patient with HP5+. There may be a new solution.

    I am glad to hear there are people working on fulfilling the previous paid orders. Nothing will hurt the ULF community more than concerns about orders being paid for and then not delivered.

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    Bump. Two weeks to the Ilford deadline. Am I the only one curious about this? I havent worked much with hp5+, so it's hard to take 'there may be a new solution' on faith. But it would be nice to have a 400 that could build some density. If you could give a hint please, I'll happily order some..

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    The signs are promising. It is a new formula that might kick HP5+ in the butt. It is too early to say for sure.


    teve

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Thanks 'teve! :-)

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    from Michael Kadillak on Feb 6, 2007
    ."I am in direct contact with Kodak and am agressively working on completing the remaining deliveries to those that have had ordered this film and it is my highest priority. You will hear from us very soon and all will be well."

    Can we get an update on this situation re the unfulfilled orders from the previous Michael Kadillak and Jand C order for T-Max? I am still curious why refunds have not been made if the fim has not/can not be delivered after almost 8 months or so.

    steve simmons

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Fud, Fud, glorious Fud!
    Nothing quite like it for boiling the blood!

    So follow me, follow
    Down to the hollow
    And there let us wallow
    In glorious Fud!

    (with apologies to Flanders and Swan)

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Great. Now I'm going to be whistling that for the rest of the day.

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Struan,

    Or

    Potami, potami, potami .....

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    Let's hope the new HP5+ film is as good as TMAX-400. If so, it will be worthy of attention.

    But wonder why Ilford does not cut Delta 400 in ULF size? It is, IMHO, a much better film than HP5+ for alternative printing with ULF formats.

    Sandy King

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    Re: $10,000 Kodak ULF Film Order

    I agree. I don't care for HP5+ or TMY, but I like Delta 400 and would buy it in sheet sizes.

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