Harman UK Releases First Inkjet Papers

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February 26, 2007
United States
. The first papers available is Matt FB Mp and Matt FB Mp Warmtone, which come in 8.5" x 11," 11" x 17," and 13" x 19" sizes in packages of 5, 15, and 50. In addition, 17" x 24" roll paper is also available. All of Harman’s papers will, according to their website, feature "enhanced color brightness, tonal range, and archival properties." The weight (310 gsm) and composition of these baryta papers are intended to mimic traditional fiber-based photographic papers. The company has also incorporated an anti-curl technology to ensure the paper lies flat through every stage of the printing process. Harman makes traditional black-and-white photographic products under the Ilford Photo brand, but they are not affiliated with the company that makes Ilford Galerie inkjet papers.

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