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Wendy Nice to see a Ilford rep here to help with our paper problem. Since Ilford doesn't list the X7X prints or give any settings to use I wonder if you could give us some info for starting points. I take you comment of, "they will not exhibit the gas fading problem with the x7x printers", with a grain of salt because I believe I'm seeing some gray to brown fading on Ilford glossy but after 15 days it is rather mild and I will have to scan the print into Photoshop to get a better feel for the degree of fade. You have to keep in mind that Epson new glossy fades badly here in about five days. Peace Frank <<<<<Wendy Erickson wrote>>>>> <<<<<Hi everyone. The ILFORD papers, both glossy and semi-matte are both RC (Resin Coated) papers and they will not exhibit the gas fading problem with the x7x printers- In a nutshell, the new style microporous papers that are used with these printers absorb the ink using capillary action, and because of the design of these newer papers, they also absorb any pollutants, etc. which then cause the gas fading of the new style inks- You won't see the gas fading problems with ILFORD RC papers with the new x7x inks- If you are having trouble finding ILFORD papers in your area, please flip me an e-mail with your location (City/State) and I'll find you a dealer. If you want tech info on the ILFORD papers, please let send me your snail mail address and we'll send it out. Hope this helps, Kind regards, Wendy Erickson ILFORD Imaging USA Inc Monochrome and consumer Digital Products Manager The Americas firstname.lastname@example.org>>>>>> - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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