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Did Nova ever make a 10 x 12 processor?
No, not as long as I have been using them (1993) the ranges were:- 10x8, 12x16, 20x16, and I think 20x24.
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No, not as long as I have been using them (1993) the ranges were:- 10x8, 12x16, 20x16, and I think 20x24.
That's unfortunate. I have a 12 x 16 trimate, but a 10 x 12 would have been better for my requirements. Maybe if people ask for this size, Nova will consider producing them.
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That may not be thought to be commercially viable. From what I personally think is 10x12 or more accurately 9.5x12 (Except Fuji RA4 paper) is possibly the least popular paper size.

I have a 12 x 16 Trimate and I frequently use all sizes from 10x8 to 12x16 with no problem, in fact I appreciate the larger volume of chemicals gives me more buffer against the developer being exhausted before replenishment

Going back to what I said about 10x12 (or 9.5 x12) colour paper I more than not use this paper trimmed down to A4 size which I find better because it fits frames exactly and when I print I loose very little of the negative. I use the trimmed off strip for test strips.
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