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Kodak Polymax RC

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the value for money and image quality. The design and performance also get good reviews. There are some critical reviews about the responsiveness.

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On average, users rate this product 75/100.

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Kodak Polymax RC

 

I choose this type of paper because some of my friend told me it would be nice to beging with. I do not know what to compare it with, since it is the only kind I have ever used. Anyway, I am satisfied by it, as printing black and white pictures was not...

Dries fast cheap Appeared quite tolerant with my beginner's mistakes (my first "masking" appeared quite nice actually)

I have no idea...

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Kodak Polymax RC

 

My favorite paper. Extremely consistent. A fast but workable speed. Bright whites and deep blacks. I am baffled by the rater who gave this a one as the comments make no sense. Nice cold pure black & white tone. Altough 99% of the time I don't tone, let...

Comes in many sizes and surfaces. Very consistent box-to-box. Beautiful black and white prints.

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Kodak Polymax RC

 

polimax is too slow and has an unbearable grey fog and ugly cold tone. once i enlarged a 30inch photos with polimax with pink200 filter,the test show me unblieveble 40 mins!!!!finally the lamp was ruined. before you make a qualified photo, you must...

thick paper base

almost impossible to control the result with humen ability

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Kodak Polymax RC

 

A very nice paper to do your daily work. And if you take care of proper lightning the results will come out very beautiful. Well, you won't find this paper in a museum but it isn't mend to be found there…

Good highlight and shadow detail. Fast!

Well, fast - you don't have the time to stop developing if something went wrong.

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