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16x20 and larger film sources?
Old 08-13-2016   #1
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16x20 and larger film sources?

Where are the ultral large format guys getting film?

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Old 08-13-2016   #2
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Dear Stephen,

Ilford will cut just about anything but you have to order in advance: they do ULF just once a year. See http://www.ilfordphoto.com/Webfiles/...1435591962.pdf

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Old 08-15-2016   #3
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Also, check with Keith Canham (canham cameras), he does large format bulk orders from Kodak on a regular basis.
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Old 08-15-2016   #4
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And then there's Adox. Check their Fotoimpex store online; they offer the new CHS 100 ii in a startling variety of sizes, though I believe many are sold out and waiting on a new production run.
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I've purchased 20 x 24 film from Berrger, but last time was maybe ten years ago. I found them via the Ultra Large Format section on the APUG site.

http://www.apug.org/forum/index.php?...ccessories.78/
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I wish Freestyle still offered cheap East German ULF film in 7x17 to 16x20...
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The Ilford yearly order and placing orders with Keith Canham are the only two current options I'm aware of which were mentioned above.
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E-Bay or large format forum classifieds every now and then.
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Adox do cut (and stock) just about any size from CHS 100 II - odd sizes best ordered directly from their distributor Fotoimpex. Right now they are down on stock and have no 16x20", but the next batch is expected in late September.
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Old 08-18-2016   #11
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Thanks for the question and the amswers.
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