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New Films Anyone

Anyone have experience with either of these films?

Chromopaque Film

They're used in the commercial screen printing industry, come in waterproof
and non-water proof varieties, 4 mil, claim instant dry times and are
designed for Epson printers (dye inks) and rated to take ink and print at
4.0 logD without losing detail. They seems tocost slightly more than P-OHP.
FastPositive will send you a free sample pack (10 sheets) to try. Mine are
in the mail.


RNP Arrays: Open Source Digital Negative Project