Bergger Prestige Variable CB Warmtone Baryta Paper (Semi-Gloss, 11 x 14", 25 Sheets)

BH #BEVCCB1125SG • MFR #VCCBS-111425
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Bergger Prestige Variable CB Warmtone Baryta Paper (Semi-Gloss, 11 x 14", 25 Sheets)
Key Features
  • For Traditional Black & White Printing
  • Chlorobromide Fiber Base Paper
  • Six Full Grades of Contrast, High Dmax
  • Double Weight, 280 gsm
Prestige Variable CB from Bergger is a warmtone chlorobromide fiber based paper with a semi-gloss surface finish, and is designed for traditional black and white printing and enlarging. Featuring a baryta-coated double-weight, 280 gsm ivory base, this polycontrast paper uses both green and blue chromatic sensitizers to deliver six full grades of contrast along with a high Dmax and rich, warm black tones.
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Bergger Prestige Variable CB Warmtone Baryta Paper (Semi-Gloss, 11 x 14", 25 Sheets)

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Bergger Prestige Variable CB Overview

Prestige Variable CB from Bergger is a warmtone chlorobromide fiber based paper with a semi-gloss surface finish, and is designed for traditional black and white printing and enlarging. Featuring a baryta-coated double-weight, 280 gsm ivory base, this polycontrast paper uses both green and blue chromatic sensitizers to deliver six full grades of contrast along with a high Dmax and rich, warm black tones.

This item is one box of 25 sheets of 11 x 14" semi-gloss paper.

UPC: 878329000403

Bergger Prestige Variable CB Specs

Width11" / 27.94 cm
Length14" / 35.56 cm
Paper TypeNegative
Surface FinishLuster
ContrastMultigrade
ToneWarm
Base TypeFiber Base / Double Weight
Basis Weight280 gsm
ISOR200
Paper HandlingRed Filter (15 W Bulb)
Quantity25 Sheets
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.6 x 13 x 0.6"
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