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January 23, 2006

Black and white paper: Ilford's Not Dead

Some people have apparently been spooked by Ilford's mention of their product availability lists, and have taken it to mean that black and white papers have all been discontinued.

This isn't true; you can check the product availability list yourself and readily see that their popular papers in both fiber and RC are stock items. Standard sizes are well-represented; the majority of no-longer-stocked papers are either (a) unusual sizes, like 8.5x11, or (b) large quantity packages.

Unless you're really itching for a 250-count box of Multigrade IV, and can't bring yourself to buy anything smaller, there's probably little doom and gloom to be had in the products Ilford has decided to halt production of.

Posted by Colin at January 23, 2006 3:00 PM

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