Cecil said:When I went to B&H last week, I saw Oriental GF graded papers on the shelf. I use Oriental G. The salesman did not know the difference between GF and G.
Is GF a replacement of G? Is it a different emulsion or just a different name?
bwoolam said:I have been using G and GF graded papers. I buy from Freestyle and when I recieve it even though I order as Grade 2, 3 and 4 of the G paper it comes with Grade 2-G, Grade3-GF and Grade4-G. When I print on G2 and need to go up a grade for contrast and go to a Grade3-GF I do notice a significant difference in the two papers. The GF-3 is a warm tone paper and even warmer if you selenium tone as it tends to take the selenium better. Oriental is one of the worst with information on their graded fiber papers there is and their web site is no imporvement. If you read the data on the box they read exactly the same and the sheet in the boxes are the same. I have not a clue what they are doing. Good luck.
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