Foma FOMALUX FB 111 Grade 2 B&W Paper (8 x 10", 100 Sheets, Glossy)

Foma FOMALUX FB 111 Grade 2 B&W Paper (8 x 10", 100 Sheets, Glossy)

Foma FOMALUX FB 111 Grade 2 B&W Paper (8 x 10", 100 Sheets, Glossy)

B&H # FOL2810100G MFR # 42984
Foma FOMALUX FB 111 Grade 2 B&W Paper (8 x 10", 100 Sheets, Glossy)

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  • Fiber Base
  • Double Weight
  • Very Slow Speed

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The Foma FOMALUX FB 111 Grade 2 B&W Paper is a double weight fiber base paper set at grade 2. Featuring a very slow speed and a silver chloride emulsion, this grade of FOMALUX is very similar to AZO paper. This glossy paper is meant for longer exposures under red or orange safelight conditions.

Double weight fiber base paper
Grade 2
Dmax=2.0
Glossy surface
Very slow speed
Silver chloride emulsion paper characterized by a rich halftone scale
Specifically designed for portrait work and for use in high intensity contact printers
ISO speed: R 100 / P 10
Approximately 30 times slower than normal photographic papers
While this paper is not recommended for use under standard photographic darkroom enlargers, it will work with very long exposures
Use under Red or Orange (OC) safelight conditions
Those familiar with Azo paper may find this paper works reasonably well as a potential substitute
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Package Weight 4.0 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.0 x 9.1 x 1.5"

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