HP5 Plus in banquet sizes

greenspun.com : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread

This is from the B&W list. Thought I'd cross-post it here as it's probably of more interest to LF shooters. Also, after Kodak seeming to shrug off LF B&W users it's very nice to see that Ilford is (and has been, for some time) stepping up to the plate! Thanks, Wendy!

Cheers, Mark Parsons

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This is not a question but an information post- we get a lot of requests for panoramic sheet film sizes- please delete this post if it is not appropriate for this list- just trying to get this info to the people who may want to know about it. W. ILFORD Imaging is proud to announce that it is bringing back four different panoramic sheet sizes of ILFORD HP5 PLUS Professional Film in the U.S. and Canada. In addition to the standard 4 x 5, 5 x 7, 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 film sizes which are stock items, HP5 PLUS Film will soon be available in 7 x 17(Cat# 170 7043;), 8 x 20(Cat# 178 6024;) , 12 x 20 (Cat#170 7052) and 14 x 17(Cat#190 0589). ILFORD is also offering HP5 PLUS in sizes of 16 x 20(Cat# 187 1788) and 20 x 24 (172 1124) as limited stock with lower minimums, by special order through ILFORD dealers. These films should be in dealer stock in MARCH, 2001 - check with your local ILFORD dealer for details. Kind regards, ILFORD IMAGING Usa Inc Wendy Erickson Monochrome and Consumer Digital Products Mananger, The Americas wendy.erickson@ilford.com

-- Wendy Erickson (wendy.erickson@ilford.com), February 19, 2001 ****************************

-- Mark Parsons (Polar@thegrid.net), February 22, 2001

Answers

Kodak and Bergger films are available too. The list below is from Wisner.com

Kodak

20x24 tri-x 1675933 cat number sug. price $408, 9 boxes

portra 400np color neg, 10 sh., 8342263 cat#, 15bx $672.10

16x20 catalog number 1685858, 34 boxes, $115.45/box (10 sheet)

12x20 tri-x 1616713, 25 sheet, $207.10, 18 boxes

8x20 tri-x 1431816, 10 sheet, $58.70, 67 boxes

7x17 tri-x 1431790, 10 sheets, $44.15, 89 boxes

11x14 tri-x 1431659, 10 sheets, $56.25, 69 boxes

ektachrome 100 (epn) 1200112, 10 sh., $223.45, 46 boxes

ektrachrome 64 (epr) 1225366, 10 sh., $238.65, 1 box

ektrachome 100plus prof. (epp) 8133381, 10sh, $223.45, 46 boxes

Portra 100t color neg tung. 8050585, 10sh, $201.85, 46 boxes

Bergger Film

4x5 $18.50

4x10 $29.98

5x7 $28.00

8x10 $60.00

11x14 $115.00

7x17 $92.50

8x20 $118.50

12x20 $178.00

14x17 $189.00

20x24 $365.00

.

-- Stewart Ethier (s_ethier@parkcity.net), February 22, 2001.


All this stuff, in all these oddball sizes, and they can't/won't make it in good old 3 1/4x4 1/4.

-- Bill Mitchell (bmitch@home.com), February 22, 2001.

True, Bill, but you could cut 48 of them from one sheet of 20x24!

.,.,.,.,.

-- Simon (simonfairfax@aol.com), February 22, 2001.


Oops, bad math (I was thinking 20x30). Guess you could only get 30 of them from a 20x24. So much for that.

.,.,.,.,.,

-- Simon (simonfairfax@aol.com), February 22, 2001.


I'd have to use a glass cutter. They are talking about glass plates, right? Nobody in his right mind would use a piece of film that big without a vacuum holder. I can see it now: "Camera Made by Wisner, a division of Electrolux." Long, long damn extension cords for landscape work.

-- Bill Mitchell (bmitch@home.com), February 22, 2001.


Moderation questions? read the FAQ