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Some info taken from this deviantART forum discussion - Photography: efke films. Thanks to FallisPhoto for pointing out that some of the text in the article was an almost exact copy from the EfkeFilm.com page. It looks like User:Brookie was the culprit with this edit. I've removed most of the "Unlike many modern..." sentence to make it less effusive and removed 'easily' from the next sentence about enlargements. Imroy 19:06, 12 June 2006 (UTC)
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There is said:
"Efke films are coated in one layer, unlike most other films which are coated in multiple layers. This makes the film thinner and the emulsion more easily damaged, especially when still wet after development. A hardening fixer can be used to help protect the emulsion."
That's not the point, they are simply less hardened than Kodak- or Fuji-films for example. As far as I know, efke is not able to harden their films stronger, without losing maximum speed and contrast, furthermore in that case they must be developed longer. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 21:41, 5 September 2009 (UTC)