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05:58 Aug-16-2005
Mathias
Radiographic film qualities

Hi,
Can anyone help me with a translation table for radiographic film qualities? More concrete, I´m looking for a table were I can compare the different films from Agfa (D2-D7), Fuji (IX20-IX100) and Kodak (CX-AA).



 
08:13 Aug-16-2005
Buddy Butcher
Re: Radiographic film qualities Follow this link, it has exactly what you are looking for.

If the link is dead, I can e-mail the info.

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: Hi,
: Can anyone help me with a translation table for radiographic film qualities? More concrete, I´m looking for a table were I can compare the different films from Agfa (D2-D7), Fuji (IX20-IX100) and Kodak (CX-AA).
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08:51 Mar-17-2009
althea robin
Re: Radiographic film qualities In Reply to Buddy Butcher at 08:13 Aug-16-2005 .

Hi, i'm hoping to check out the link u posted, but it keeps on saying error 404. i hope u can email the info to me too. im comparing agfa drystar 5500, kodak dryview 8300, and codonics direct vista.

my email is aeiarobin@yahoo.com

i hope to receive a reply from you. thank you. :D

 


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