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Old 03-24-2007   #81
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Kodak is currently running a mail-in rebate for US residents for their b&w films. Basically, buy 5 rolls (or a pro-pack) and get $5 back. The rebate form is here.
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Old 03-24-2007   #82
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Buy all you can because they don't seem to want to reduce the prices here in
North Carolina. I have used this film for available light rated @800(b&w) w/very good results.
I plan to keep watching for the price reduction and thanks for the posting.
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I 've been using film from the 99-cent store with pretty decent results. All sorts of weird and intersting brands are sold at various times and sometimes one sees SamSung and even Fuji. It's all C-41 process. It's always fresh and I can find ISO 100,200, and lately 400. I use it to test cameras, but the results are usually good enough for regular use.
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I just purchased some fresh Arista EDU Ultra 400 film (135-24)
from a seller currently advertising in photo.net classifieds.

His price is below Freestyle's sale price, and a discount
is offered for buying in quantity. He has plenty in stock.

My purchase arrived very quickly. Highly recommended!
If you are interested and can't find the ad, send me a PM.

Usual disclaimer: I have no connection to this seller, etc.

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Old 04-24-2007   #85
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I found this seller on ebay: collect888, he had quite a lot of negative feedback recently. Has anybody ever dealt with him?

He is the only one with Ilford SFX200 (auction number: 270050262906), it 's quite pricey but concidering Ilford is not producing this film anymore, it might be a good deal.

What do you think?

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A bit late to respond, but stay away from him. He's horribly notorious for taking months to ship out your order (IF you're lucky). Each time you ask him about the order status, he'll come up with excuse after excuse after excuse (after excuse). He even makes promises of giving free film to compensate for the wait, but free film means nothing if he doesn't send it out! After waiting over 3 months and still not getting anything, I actively contacted everyone who left him negative feedback to encourage them to file a report. I hope my actions had a hand him getting kicked off of eBay.

Sure, his eBay account has been disabled, but in case anyone is considering ordering from his website: DON'T.

I've ordered from "knotrc" before (mentioned earlier in the thread). His film ended up being half the price of buying locally. No complaints from me!

Oh, and meven: SFX is coming back

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Old 04-26-2007   #86
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Yesterday I noticed that my local Osco pharmacy has BW400CN on clearance at half price. $5.50 for 2 rolls.
YMMV of course. I don't know if this is an Osco thing, or just that particular Osco.
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Old 04-27-2007   #87
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The local Wegmans has put all B&W film on sale. BW400CN was $1.90/roll, Tri-x 24 was 2.12/roll. Tmax 100 and 400 were on sale too, but I didn't look at the price.
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It's a shame about colect888 -- I ordered from him, and the film took maybe a week and a half to get there, but he threw in 5 extra rolls of film "for the wait."

Recently I've used ebay seller ultrafineonline, which is the ebay presence of Ultrafine. They also have a web page and a print catalog when you buy something. They sell close-dated and out-dated film for extremely deep discounts. I haven't seen any difference from the fresh stuff yet.

The CVS-brand 35mm color film does indeed look like Fuji. The markings on the negatives sure look like Superia. However, doing a quick google search seems to indicate that maybe it's Konica? Anyway, I buy Superia simply because the CVS stuff has usually been sitting around for a little longer.

The other good thing to do is keep an eye on the 'bay. Sometimes a random person winds up with a few pro-packs of film, and doesn't know what it's worth. I recently picked up 20 rolls of fresh 120 format Kodak Portra 800 for under $2/roll...
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I 've been using film from the 99-cent store with pretty decent results. All sorts of weird and intersting brands are sold at various times and sometimes one sees SamSung and even Fuji. It's all C-41 process. It's always fresh and I can find ISO 100,200, and lately 400. I use it to test cameras, but the results are usually good enough for regular use.
I picked up some 99-cent store film at their location in Huntington Beach, CA. It was branded "Images" but when I took the film out it obviouslly had a sticker over the canister. Peeling back the sticker reveiled Fuji Superia!



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I picked up some 99-cent store film at their location in Huntington Beach, CA. It was branded "Images" but when I took the film out it obviouslly had a sticker over the canister. Peeling back the sticker reveiled Fuji Superia!
wow
is this even legal?
talk about re badged goods..

i am assuming the box "IMAGES" states 24 exposures right? judging from the "24"

but its a 36 exp fuji film.
how funny can it be?
lol
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wow
is this even legal?
talk about re badged goods..

i am assuming the box "IMAGES" states 24 exposures right? judging from the "24"

but its a 36 exp fuji film.
how funny can it be?
lol
It gets better, the box is marked as 24+3 exposures, why not just say 27 or 36 for that matter.

I wonder if it is always fuji or whatever they can get their hands on at the time; it may even be expired, who knows...

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wow
is this even legal?
talk about re badged goods..
Haha, that's very common actually, though I've never seen rebranded stuff so blatantly obvious! That's why a lot of people hunt around for cheap film at local grocery/department stores. Many times store brand stuff is actually repackaged film produced by companies such as Kodak, Fuji, Konica, AGFA, etc...

When these companies produce their film, they are made on large sheets which are cut down into the smaller strips/sheets (ie: 35mm, 120, 4x5, etc...) we are used to. My understanding is the area on the outer edges of these sheets of film tend not to produce as reliable results as the area in the middle, so they are cut and repackaged as grocery brand store film. The more reliable stuff in the centre is cut and packaged as the manufacturer brand since it produces more reliable and consistent results. The logic is you pay the premium at your camera store for the better quality stuff, whereas you go to the grocery store to get film for the family vacation. Though it may technically be the same film, you're probably not expecting much out of the film you bought with your cigarettes and tampons.
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Old 05-08-2007   #93
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I just recently went into one of the Target stores to get pick up some batteries and
noticed that they were selling Kodak 800 speed film for around $3.25 for there 4
roll packs . I don't use this film very often but @ this price it was had to resist.
When I said recently I meant last Saturday(5-6-07).




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Old 05-08-2007   #94
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Walgreens in Seattle appears to be closing out their stock of Kodak 400 HD for US $4.99 per box of 3 rolls. All of the expiration dates I found were somtime in the second half of 2007 and early 2008.
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Old 05-10-2007   #95
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Just bought 20 36erxp rolls of Neopan 1600 from thsi ebay store @ 59.95 plus shipping. Barely out of date
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There is still some left rolls for Torontonian folks...I bought some 120 and 35 mm for a very good deal...

http://toronto.craigslist.org/pho/342650938.html
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There is still some left rolls for Torontonian folks...I bought some 120 and 35 mm for a very good deal...

http://toronto.craigslist.org/pho/342650938.html
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Old 06-06-2007   #98
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In Everett, WA, King Size Enlargements (formerly Crown Image) has tons of Agfa color film for sale, cheap. I want to say .99 cents a roll, but could be wrong. Assorted types, even some 120. Don't know about expiration dates.
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Old 06-06-2007   #99
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I picked up a 20 pack of Fuji Velvia 100 36 exp for 34.95 plus shipping. It was dated 3/2007.
http://stores.ebay.com/UltraFine-Dir...QQftidZ2QQtZkm
I've had dealings with these folks before and always a good deal. Check them out for film and paper.
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Old 06-11-2007   #100
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Thanks, Randy, for the ultrafine news- see also the killer deal on APX100 they have going on. 40 rolls of 135 apx100 for 75 dollars!! also good deals on pro packs of fuji in MF
http://ultrafineonline.com/stst40roagap.html
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Thanks for the heads-up on collect888...I have watched them in the past but not recently...ultrafine does have some good deals and if you guys have had good luck with them I just might give them a try...They have some Agfa 400 in 100' rolls that I would like to shoot.
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Oh great.... must... resist... ordering... from Ultrafine!
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Last year I ordered ISO100 roll films from Ultrafine, but they shipped ISO400. I am not so certain their inventory is up to date.

Anyway, I am happy with either speed and the price is almost identical so I didn't return the wrong rolls.
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Hi, I don't know if it has been already posted, but the ebay seller jaz-uk.com is selling Fuji Provia 400 at 2.80 € per roll (10 pack) :-)

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FWIW if you live in the US .. Ywenz has noted that Walgreens has 400 ISO 'Japanese' C41 colour film in some stores at 0.99$ .. go get 'em while you can
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Oh great.... must... resist... ordering... from Ultrafine!

Resistance was futile. I placed an order for 40 rolls 2 days ago. Let's see how it turns out.
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For those in the UK and may be interested, 10 36exp rolls of Agfapan APX 400 for 15.99 from 7dayshop.com:

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/prod...45&r=200070706
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Thanks, Randy, for the ultrafine news- see also the killer deal on APX100 they have going on. 40 rolls of 135 apx100 for 75 dollars!! also good deals on pro packs of fuji in MF
http://ultrafineonline.com/stst40roagap.html
Are those 24 exp rolls? It does not say, but that's all they sell elsewhere on the site, not 36 exp rolls.
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Are those 24 exp rolls? It does not say, but that's all they sell elsewhere on the site, not 36 exp rolls.
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The code is :SS614-241, indicating one 24 exposure roll of film of type SS614.

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IMHO newer Walmarts for Kodak 35mm film/processing are the best and cheapest (approx $1/roll for fresh Gold 200 and about $2 for Max 800). Kodachrome from Dwayne's when they return your slides.
B&W processing is do it yourself now.

A nearby small studio has a C41 machine that does 35mm/120 rolls for a very good price (develop and scan to CD for $7). Wally can do the job in less than an hour and the studio will do it in an hour for a couple of bucks more. Who needs digital?

Well, maybe a refurbed Z1 to play with now that the price is around $100. Could one of these be as much fun as a new FSU lens?

E6 and 4x5 is a different story.

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I prefer Sam's Club developings/scans to those by Walmart. The entire team working in the photo section at Sam's Club knows me by name. They are doing a great job for me there.
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If you are into mail-order processing of colour neg film here in the UK,KLICK PHOTOPOINT supply their own brand replacement film as part of the deal,the interesting thing being that the film is Japanese made, 200ASA, in what appears to be the standard FUJI tub.

The processing costs aren't bad either--- 2.99 for 36 at 6x4,

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Hi, I don't know if it has been already posted, but the ebay seller jaz-uk.com is selling Fuji Provia 400 at 2.80 per roll (10 pack) :-)

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I prefer Sam's Club developings/scans to those by Walmart. The entire team working in the photo section at Sam's Club knows me by name. They are doing a great job for me there.
So true for me also LOL!!!
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I bought forty rolls of the same film in 36 exposure recently for $2.70 per roll from this seller. It arrived today which is pretty quick service from the US to Oz.

They now have this deal going which is excellent value again and there are 160 rolls available.

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....5170&rd=1&rd=1
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135 NPH 400, I ordered 75 rolls, just scanned the first roll and all looks good. Not bad at all for 3 (+VAT) for five.
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Saw some new Velvia 50 in LCE Lincoln yesterday. The 35mm was about 5 per roll. I asked for 120, but they only had one opened box of 5 with three rolls in there. "How many do you want?" - I was thinking about four or five boxes of 5, not a roll or two. Anyway, they were about 5 a roll too.

MX2 have 35mm at about 4.50, and 120 expected soon for 3.
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Just received 20 rolls of Agfa APX 100 135-36 @ 2 EUR each = 1.35 GBP = 2.74 USD

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120 old-school Velvia is now only 1.29 at 7dayshop.

I see some places have already sold out of the new stuff.
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