I made e quick search on the web regarding the actual tonal range of Ilfochrome paper.
So far I have found that that there are three contrast grades of Ilfochrome paper around , If I' not wrong.
Someone said that RA-4 photographic paper is the great equalizer, capturing only about 5 stops and Ilfochrome has even shorter range though at around 3 stops.
Fuji Crystal Archive Paper could be another choice to use the color paper in Camera?
I had experience only with B/N paper negative in camera (Agfa and Ilford)
Any tips would be great, thanks.