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Old 05-31-2006   #41
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In Ottawa, and probably other Ontario stores, Loblaws is carrying Kodak Max 400 at 5.87 (CDN) for 3 rolls. It expires in Oct 2007 as I recall.
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The CVS here in FL is having another deal on their Kodak UC 400. 10.99 w/card as opposed to 13.99 regular priced. The Kodak HD 400 is also 9.99 instead of 10.99.

Additionally, 4 packs of Fujifilm are 7.49 instead of 9.99. The guy I talked to said CVS is phasing out their Fujifilm.


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Also http://www.jandcphoto.com has some very inexpensive films.

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Just ordered from them. Also, they are publishing a new quarterly for FILM photography, that is, there will be no digital photography in this magazine, none, zero, that is to say, NO bytes. They sell what looks like a really interesting series of films of their own making, plus some from the Czech republic. Of note is a 25 ISO film I'm going to try for portraits, and for some slow shutter speed project I've been itching to do.

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My local Walmart has Polaroid 200 speed color film for 77 cents a roll(.77$US). Only 12 exposures but I bought a bunch and didn't come close to cleaning them out.
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Good deal, but I have to say this, even though I'm opening myself a big ol' can of worms: shopping at WalMart, for all its price advantages, is what is killing independent stores. Not only that, its killing America, which is odd considering its the quintessential American success story. When all the goods we buy are made in China, and its fast becoming that, will we then have any manufacturers or retailers left in North America?
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Petzi (Michael) on APUG has some Agfa Optima 100 in 35mm, and bulk rolls of Agfa Optima 400
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I don't know if Voightlander slide film is worth a flip, but it's certainly worth a dollar-
http://www.photosuperia.com/film-sli...m-c-23_62.html

I had some german 100 speed slide film I hope is the same thing- photo porst or something like that, it was good stuff- no kodachrome mind you, but better than ektachrome anyway.

I ordered some of the 100 speed voightlander slide film, I'll see how it compares to kodachrome..
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Good deal, but I have to say this, even though I'm opening myself a big ol' can of worms: shopping at WalMart, for all its price advantages, is what is killing independent stores. Not only that, its killing America, which is odd considering its the quintessential American success story. When all the goods we buy are made in China, and its fast becoming that, will we then have any manufacturers or retailers left in North America?
Can't resist to respond. It is the same landscape if you are going to travel/live in other developing countries.

WalMart IS an American capitalism success story. I don't agree some of its employment policies, e.g. capping what a part-timer employee can earn annually even if he/she is willing to work overtime, or not paying health benefits for part-time worker. But that is the flaw of American labor law, or the fault of our pension system, not the business per se.

Having said that, if you go to WalMart overseas, products on the shelf are also considered imported, it's imported from even cheaper-labor countries. WalMart in Mexico is selling imported Fuji or Kodak films at about the same price as here in the States in dollar term, so at least they don't price-discriminate shoppers like some manufactuerers.

There are no WalMarts near where I live, in New York City. So I have to go the B&H for all my films/darkroom purchases so you should consider them an indenpendent shop. I can tell you they are not pleasant to deal with if you don't know what you are asking. Becasue they are the only one game in town, their schedule is more strict than any retail places I have been to. How can you close whole last week for Succos even though I understand it is important Jewish holiday and they can do what they see fit. So can they hire some professional management team to run on retail hours?

If you can do it better, please let someone else try. I don't think WalMart can substain this way much longer, maybe a new kid will be on the block... That's the American way.-
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I have found out that the best way for me was to place a WTB ad for film at RFF and PN. Offers will arrive from several potential sellers. If you want slide film, there will be photographers who have just decided to quit using slide film. If you use print film, it's the same story as some photographers are going 100% digital. I buy the leftovers!

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Got my big ol box of Voigtlander slide film from photosuperia.com..
It appears to be made by Fuji, based on all I now have to go on, the way the can is made and the plastic cannister. Sensia II? about a dollar a roll..
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If you're in NYC, K&M Camera @ 385 Broadway has Kodak C-41 B&W that just expired 9/2006 for $1/ea.
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I picked up a bunch of Fuji Neopan 400 that expired in 2004 from K&M's 23rd St. store a couple of weeks ago for $1.50 or $2.00 a roll. It's fine. These guys are always worth stopping into to see what deals they have.
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I haven't received it yet (shipped last monday) but I have a pack of 35mm and 120 film on my way from Freestyle. Their prices are generally very good (Acros 100 in 120 ie, they had the cheapest one I could find), but for their rebadged Arista films the price is outstanding, bit more than a dollar per roll on Arista EDU 100 in 120.

They also ship internationally at standard USPS prices (you can even choose surface, which I did), which makes the whole thing even more attractive.
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Hey - i see they also have very good price for the fuji neopan1600. 3,99$ for a 36-exp roll! cool, alas their delta3200 is a bit expensive.
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I just ordered a big box (50 rolls) of that Voigtlander slide film also. I would be very interested in opinions and results from others that have used it.
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After reading the latest postings here, I checked out the Voigtlaender film, but the decided to give ebay a chance. Within minutes, I found Kodak 125 Professional film in long rolls (I am assuming 100ft) for $21.50 shipped (for two "new" long rolls plus five reloadable cartridges). There was also a 30ft left-over roll in this sale. I am expecting to get from this buy about 45 rolls of
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Good deal, but I have to say this, even though I'm opening myself a big ol' can of worms: shopping at WalMart, for all its price advantages, is what is killing independent stores. Not only that, its killing America, which is odd considering its the quintessential American success story. When all the goods we buy are made in China, and its fast becoming that, will we then have any manufacturers or retailers left in North America?
So how is buying from Walmart any different than ordering film from the net instead of at Leo's or Lens and Shutter?
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http://www.jaz-uk.com/ €32ish plus shipping for expired (09/2005) Qty 20 of Velvia 100 35mm.
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Things are all made in CHina (etc) because we are greedy *******s as well as company CEOs are greedy *******s. We want more salary for our lazy 8-hours dayjob that includes coffee breaks and extra holiday allowance. The big companies can't get even bigger with such employees so they go to places where they can still find cheap labor.
That's it.
You can argue and do whatever you want to contradict me, but Philips e.g. wants to outsource ("transfer", heh) within 10 years even its research&development to China.
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any deals on 35mm B&W film.. anyone..
we should leave the economic exploitation debates for an other forum.
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it's not exploitation it's the natural evolution of a consumer society and free market.
Yeah...any good deals?
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This is what I just found tonight by accident!

Check them out: http://www.ecamerafilms.com/category_s/7.htm

Ektachrome 100VS for $3.75..... (That is a deal)

They ship via UPS, within the USA, Canada!!

I have not used them.


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I love APX 25 and it's worth a premium, but this is ridiculous! Auction 200058193294
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The typical cost of one 36 exp roll of Kodak color infra-red film is around $25.
I found it as 20 rolls for less than $100 shipped. That's $5/roll.

Anyone interested?

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I used to use the USAW (not USA) tri-x bulk film. That was $30 so it's like 1.70 a 36exp roll. Now it seems like no more USAW kodak anymore. Everywhere it is like $45-50 for 100' film. Is this the cheapest we can get for tri-x 35mm?
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Dx: Unless it's short-dated or out-dated, I haven't found anything much cheaper ... $42 at the Kodak (employee) store. Freestyle seems to have the best US pricing if you don't have to pay sales tax, i.e. shipped to a non-California address.

I'd be interested in a group buy to get some economy of scale, but no one seems to be interested.
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Anyone knows a source for Ilford SFX200?

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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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Meven: Check this out - http://www.ilfordphoto.com/pressroom/article.asp?n=64

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These guys have plenty. If It's not on their page just contact them. I just bought 50 rolls for $80. It might be a bit expired and unfortunately (for most of you guys) they ship from Norway.


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I already bought them some film last year, they were expired Ilford Delta 3200 120 format and were pretty good. I contacted them regarding the SFX200, I hope they have some.

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I just ordered expired Optima Agfa 400-speed color print film (36) from Adorama for $1.75 a roll. Expiration date is January of this year. Obviously clearing out their inventory. Was 3.75 a roll. This should work well for you overseas buyers.
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walgreens here in tampa bay area has buy 1 get 1 free 4 packs of walgreens rebranded ( fuji?) iso400 for 9.00. I'm not sure if some would consider that a deal or not...
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The other day talked to the owner of the photo store near my house, and indeed they make clearance sales of outdated slide film. She told me to come on wednesday and ask, cross your fingers for me !

As for online places, some days ago we were talking about Megaperls http://www.unicircuits.com/shop/ and also was told about this one http://www.nordfoto.de/ never got anything from any of them but prices are indeed attractive.

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Kodak 400UC and BW400CN sale at CVS

I just returned from my local CVS Pharmacy and emptied out their stock of unexpired 400UC and BW400CN pro films that are now 50% regular price:

$7.00 for a 3 pack (3x36 exposure) 400UC.
$6.00 for a 3 pack (3x24 exposure) BW400CN.

Looks like CVS is dumping their stock of these two awesome films...
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