Fuji Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type II Color Enlarging Paper - 11x14" - 100 Sheets - Matte Surface.

Priced: $77.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Features:

  • Exceptional Color Image Stability & Sharpness
  • Superb Colors, Pure Whites
  • Perfect for All Print Formats
  • Designed for Use with RA-4 Chemistry
  • Designed for Commercial Photo Labs
  • Backprinted with "Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper"
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Fuji Fujicolor Crystal Archive Super Type II Color Enlarging Paper - 11x14" - 100 Sheets - Matte Surface. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Gorgeous paper.

I'm not sure what the other reviewers here are getting at, because this paper has a rich and vibrant dynamic range. Also, acquiring color shifts in the highlights is NEVER a result of the paper, but rather is entirely user or lab error. As most who have worked with C prints before know, color shifts are natural occurrences in the process to achieving a perfect print, and can be corrected by adding red.

Needless to say, this paper delivers excellent results along with a nice, bright white base. One of my favorite RA-4 papers.
Mono at Adorama on 11/11/2011

Excellent

I have started printing in color this year and have been using the Fuji paper. It is consistent within a box of paper. A new box would require a slight adjustment but that is normal. I like the saturation and the look I get with Fuji. I use their film as well but that is not necessary when printing with their paper.
Sabs at Adorama on 12/12/2008

Negative Reviews:

another blow to analog printing

After the recent shortage of Fuji paper I was eager to get back into the darkroom. Type II has replaced Type C in smaller cut sheet sizes for traditional darkroom printing. It is visually disappointing in comparison. The paper is 1/2 to 1 stop less contrasty, with muddy cyan highlights. My prints look terrible. This is another painful blow to those of us still printing traditionally.
susiebqns at Adorama on 01/01/2011

Horrible

I used to print on Kodak paper and Fuji's previous paper, which both worked for me. This paper however is completely unusable. It seems impossible to make a decent print with it. Blacks look terrible and the paper has no contrast. On top of this it feels flimsy and looks cheap.
better paper please at Adorama on 04/04/2011