Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper (50" x 98' Roll)

Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper (50" x 98' Roll)

Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper (50" x 98' Roll)

B&H # ILMGFC5098R MFR # 1172445
Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper (50" x 98' Roll)

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  • For Traditional Black & White Printing
  • Baryta-Coated Fiber Base
  • Matt Finish
  • Weight: 255 gsm
  • White Base Tint
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This 50" x 98' roll of Multigrade FB Classic Matt Variable Contrast Paper from Ilford is a baryta-coated fiber base paper designed for traditional black & white photo printing. This paper features a double weight of 255 gsm and a white base tint providing neutral colors. It utilizes a matt finish to dull possible reflections. Additionally, it is variable contrast paper with seven full grades of contrast available. These grades are accessible with the use of speed-matched filters.

Multigrade FB Classic is designed for use with all enlargers and is equally suitable for printing from conventional negatives and from XP2 Super negatives. Safelights are recommended to have dark orange, dark brown, or red filters and a 15 W bulb.

UPC: 019498172441
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Ilford 1172445 specs

Paper Type Negative
Base Type Fiber Base / Double Weight
Basis Weight 255 gsm
Surface Finish Matte
Contrast Multigrade
Tone Neutral
Paper Handling Brown, Red, Orange Filter (15 W Bulb)
Quantity Not specified by manufacturer
Width 50" / 127 cm
Length 98' / 29.8 m
Packaging Inforcwdvqvcecba
Package Weight 33.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 51.5 x 7.6 x 7.25"

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