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    A direct-positive printing paper : Kraus Silber Gelatine Papier

    Sorry if this is not fresh news since I discovered afterwards that this product had been announced on the Moersch web site one year ago (March 2007).
    Here is the story : browsing through the on-line MACO web shop, I found a direct-positive printing paper, apparently the revival of Kodak Kodaprove(TM) for those who remember the good old days of zero-computer work in the printing process !

    the product is named : Kraus Silber Gelatine Papier
    http://macodirect.de/kraus-silber-ge...425-p-728.html

    Summary for those who do not read German : direct-positive printing paper, non need of a reversal process, sensitivity 6/9 ISO, useable in a film holder as a "paper negative" except that this a a "paper positive"
    Not panchromatic since it can be manipulated in red light. Probably orthochromatic...
    Available in 8x10" format.
    I prefer not to comment on the price at a time when the EURO exchange rate is not very favourable to the US dollar...

    Also available from the Swiss shop ars-imago
    http://www.ars-imago.ch/papierekraus...-c-23_768.html
    And from the Austrian shop Foto Riegler in format 40x50 cm (16x20")
    http://www.foto-riegler.at/neu.fotop...zweiss-Papiere

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    Re: A direct-positive printing paper : Kraus Silber Gelatine Papier

    Bonjour Emmanuel,
    Je suis actuellement Ó la recherche de papiers sur lesquels je pourrai faire des prises de vue directes. Avez-vous testÚ le Kraus Silber Gelatine? Si oui, que pouvez-vous m'en dire? Rendu, sensibilitÚ, etc...
    Cordialement,
    BD

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    Re: A direct-positive printing paper : Kraus Silber Gelatine Papier

    this paper is sold by Freestyle in the USA under the Efke brand

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