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    Default List the b/w films that make use of C-41 process?

    Other than Kodak PROFESSIONAL T400 CN Film...what else?

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    Ilford's XP2. ISO400.

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    Ilford developed chromogenic film and released it on the market in 1980. c41 processable film is known as a chromogenic film.

    Ilford currently make XP2 Super

    Kodak have 3 chromogenic films
    T400CN

    There's also a select prosumer version available whose designation I can't recall.

    Portra 400 B/W

    All polaroid B/W film (instant) are chromogenic.
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    Default Re: List the b/w films that make use of C-41 process?

    Originally posted by AdamGoi
    Other than Kodak PROFESSIONAL T400 CN Film...what else?
    Wah, moving into B&W? You can try Ilford XP2 Super as well. But I find the latter lowish in contrast compared to T400CN, which is lower contrast than the traditional B&W films....

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