Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2007/01/12

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Subject: [Leica] Chromogenic Films.....
From: grduprey at (
Date: Fri Jan 12 19:51:12 2007


I use the BW400cn from Kodak and it works just fine.  You take it in and ask 
for processing, it is natuaraly B&W, and there is no tint at all to the 
print.  Looks like just any other B&W print.


-------------- Original message from "Frank Filippone" 
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> My son has asked me for B+W film for his M7. I suggested the chromogenic 
> films 
> as that allows him to get processing and prints made 
> easily..... 
> Having said that, what is the practical difference between Ilford and 
> Kodak? 
> Is one film preferred over the other for minilab operation? 
> What do you have to ask the minilab operators to get B+W prints? 
> Are they B+W or Purply-black and white? 
> Frank Filippone 
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