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    Quote Originally Posted by HT Finley View Post
    So here I am 604 web pages and post count so high I dare not even think in those terms, lest I fear an explosion of the brain. How do i sort through all that to find a few answers and testimonials of Fuji HR or HRT Green and Rodinal combination? It seems to be the favorite combo to achieve convenience, yet true continuous tone in 8x10 tray use. Thank you.
    click on "search thread" and search for fuji hr-t rodinol (or hr-u).

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    I think new 8x10 mammo is extinct

    Maybe expired available on eBay USA

    https://www.zzmedical.com/x-ray-acce...-ray-film.html

    I used them for almost a decade, very reliable source

    I don't think I will ever run out of my pile
    I have already been in contact with ZZmedical, but they don't ship to Europe!...
    "I believe there is nothing more disturbing than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept!" (Ansel Adams)

    https://philippe.grunchec-photographe.over-blog.com/

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    eBay

    as I wrote it is nearly extinct

    but still cheap, the more out of date it gets



    Quote Originally Posted by Philippe Grunchec View Post
    I have already been in contact with ZZmedical, but they don't ship to Europe!...

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Fuji um-MA mammography
    014 by Matías Farber, on Flickr
    015 by Matías Farber, on Flickr
    016 by Matías Farber, on Flickr

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    kanishka, those are wonderful ^
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52893762/bigger4b.jpg

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    Really beautiful


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    Agree very nice

    Those could also be posted in LF Portraits as X-Ray IS REAL FILM

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    I want to build a stash of xray film before it goes extinct. Is easy to buy film locally; Carestream, I already bought the regular, cheap, MXG film and I want to buy more but I prefer, of course, a sigle sided film.

    All mamo film available, Carestream Min-R S, Carestream Min-R 2000, Carestream Min-R EV are double sided according to the datasheets:

    - MIN-R 2000 Plus Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R S Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R EV Film is a medium speed, dual coated


    and yet I read on this topic that Min-R film is single coated. It is a different film ?

    I don't know yet if the Fuji UM-MA is available locally but intend to find out.

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    Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Quote Originally Posted by stiganas View Post
    I want to build a stash of xray film before it goes extinct. Is easy to buy film locally; Carestream, I already bought the regular, cheap, MXG film and I want to buy more but I prefer, of course, a sigle sided film.

    All mamo film available, Carestream Min-R S, Carestream Min-R 2000, Carestream Min-R EV are double sided according to the datasheets:

    - MIN-R 2000 Plus Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R S Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R EV Film is a medium speed, dual coated


    and yet I read on this topic that Min-R film is single coated. It is a different film ?

    I don't know yet if the Fuji UM-MA is available locally but intend to find out.
    I am also interested in knowing if there’s other single sided x-ray film still available — I don’t know the answer to your question, but I do know that UM-MA comes in 18x24 cm (and 24x30) which based on what I researched, will not fit an 8x10 holder, it will fall out. You would need a 18x24cm (7x9”) holder and a back that supports it. For these reasons I stopped considering UM-MA.

    The only single sided X-ray film I’m aware of right now is (and it even has antihalation) is Agfa’s Radiomat Duplicating X-ray such as the one found here:

    https://www.graylinemedical.com/prod...er-box-pcd1114

    But its price competes with non X-ray film, so why bother.

    (Care stream also has a comparable duplicating film:
    https://www.carestream.cn/de/de/-/me...g-film-tds.pdf)

    It’d be nice to hear if others are aware of other single sided options still available.

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    Re: Use of X-ray film: technical discussion with example images

    Quote Originally Posted by stiganas View Post
    I want to build a stash of xray film before it goes extinct. Is easy to buy film locally; Carestream, I already bought the regular, cheap, MXG film and I want to buy more but I prefer, of course, a sigle sided film.

    All mamo film available, Carestream Min-R S, Carestream Min-R 2000, Carestream Min-R EV are double sided according to the datasheets:

    - MIN-R 2000 Plus Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R S Film is a medium speed, dual coated,
    - MIN-R EV Film is a medium speed, dual coated


    and yet I read on this topic that Min-R film is single coated. It is a different film ?

    I don't know yet if the Fuji UM-MA is available locally but intend to find out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi7475 View Post
    I am also interested in knowing if there’s other single sided x-ray film still available — I don’t know the answer to your question, but I do know that UM-MA comes in 18x24 cm (and 24x30) which based on what I researched, will not fit an 8x10 holder, it will fall out. You would need a 18x24cm (7x9”) holder and a back that supports it. For these reasons I stopped considering UM-MA.

    The only single sided X-ray film I’m aware of right now is (and it even has antihalation) is Agfa’s Radiomat Duplicating X-ray such as the one found here:

    https://www.graylinemedical.com/prod...er-box-pcd1114

    But its price competes with non X-ray film, so why bother.

    (Care stream also has a comparable duplicating film:
    https://www.carestream.cn/de/de/-/me...g-film-tds.pdf)

    It’d be nice to hear if others are aware of other single sided options still available.
    there's at least three or four brands of 5x12 dental duplicating film available on ebay.

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