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Bergger VC-NB Neutral Tone Black & White Variable Contrast Fiber Base Double Weight Glossy Paper 16x20"-25 Sheets

B&H # BEVCNB1625G Mfr # VCNB1620/25
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Bergger Prestige Variable NB is a double weight photographic paper with a high quality emulsion. Its superb fiber base gives it exceptional results and whiteness. Surface is glossy. It gives a neutral image tone.

Prestige Variable NB can produce an image from a soft tone to an exceptionally hard tone due to the emulsion incorporating both blue and green sensitivities.

By using a multi filter set, contrast range from 0 to 5 are available, in half grade increments from a single paper.

Process Type Black & white chemicals
Base Type Fiber
Tone Neutral image tone, on white base
Weight Double weight
Contrast Variable grade
Surface Finish Smooth, glossy
Safelight Compatibility 15W bulbs should be used.
A Kodak OC or a Ilford S902 Safelight filter are recommended
Bergger VC-NB Neutral Tone Black & White Variable Contrast Fiber Base Double Weight Glossy Paper 16x20"-25 Sheets
  • 25 sheet box of 16 x 20" neutral tone, variable contrast fiber paper
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