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ILFORD PHOTO Introduces Black & White Disposable Cameras

ILFORD Black & White Single Use Cameras HP5 Plus and XP2 Super

There are 2 film choices available, each giving up to 27 exposures.

The ILFORD XP2 Super Single Use Camera gives the convenience of being able to have the film processed at any High Street photo-processing centre using C41 colour negative systems, with proof prints made on colour paper. These can either be close-to-neutral black and white prints, or colour toned monochrome prints, and are ideal for deciding which negatives to print on black and white paper.

The ILFORD HP5 Plus Single Use Camera is intended for processing at locations with standard black and white film processing and printing chemistry, resulting in true, real black and white prints that have a unique look as the images are made from silver.

These new high quality disposable cameras complete with Flash have a smart clean new look, and each camera is individually packaged with a Euro Hanger in the carton design to enhance display in dealer retail locations. UK Retail Price is expected to be in the region of £8.99 including VAT, excluding processing costs.

 

Read more at: http://www.ilfordphoto.com/pressroom/article.asp?n=154

Increased sales – Ilford’s belief in print pays off

Harman, the manufacturers of the Ilford brand of black and white photographic products, has reported a growth in its revenue and profits after the company kept focusing on its print and paper productions.

Sales are said to have increased from £22.6m to £23.6m in the last year, with operating profits up to £2.2m from £1.9m the previous year, says the company.

Despite a global decline in demand for monochrome film and paper, Harman explained it had seen growth in its Ilford black and white division. Growth is mainly said to be driven by demand from North America, which accounts for over 40 per cent of export sales.

 

Read more: http://www.professionalphotographer.co.uk/News-and-Reviews/2012/10/Increased-sales-Ilford-s-belief-in-print-pays-off