Foma Fomabrom III – C112 — Matt, 12.7 x 17.8 cm (5×7), 25 sheets
Fomabrom Variant III is a variable-contrast, neutral-to-medium warm tone, black and white photo paper. The silver chlorobromide emulsion results in a paper with a rich half-tone scale over all contrast grades and saturated blacks. Coated on a 290 g/m² double weight fibre / baryta base, this paper produces outstanding results. It is available in both a glossy and matt surface.
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Fomabrom C112 is a neutral-contrast, neutral-to-medium warm tone, black and white photo paper. The silver chlorobromide emulsion results in a paper with a rich half-tone scale over all contrast grades and saturated blacks. Coated on a 290 g/m² double weight fibre / baryta base, this paper produces outstanding results. It is available in both a glossy and matt surface.
The paper is designed for amateur, commercial and artistic photography as well as for other applications. The paper resembles to Agfa MCC Baryt and Rollei Vintage 111 paper.
Fomabrom C112 can be processed both manually in trays and automatically in roller developing machines approved for photographic papers on baryta paper base. Suitable are common neutral-working or contrast-working developers as well as special developers for variable-contrast papers. The resulting image tone is influenced by developers used. The tone is technically classified as ‘neutral’, but all Foma papers tend to be on the warmer side of neutral.
The paper can be toned using a direct toning method, or an indirect toning method. For a standard process, the indirect method is recommended. The brown image tone is particularly very popular, being obtained using Fomatoner Sepia Set. By changing the temperature of the toning bath, a wide scale of shades from light yellow-brown to dark-brown or violet-brown can be obtained.
Fomabrom C112 is an orthochromatic sensitized photographic paper. Therefore, a suitable safelight differing from that for conventional photographic papers should be used. Dark-red safelight filters for orthochromatic materials such as the Kodak GBX-2 or Ilford 906 with a 15 Watt lamp are suitable. Alternatively, indirect safety illumination with wavelength of 625 nm and higher (Orange or Red) can be used. Because of its high speed, Fomabrom C112 should be exposed to this safelighting only for the time necessary for its processing. Length of exposure and the distance of the processed material from the illumination source should always be tested.
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