1000 rolls of film

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  1. Curt

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    Good morning, if you could order 1000 rolls of 120 film what would you choose?

    Curt
     
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    Maybe the best film ever : delta 100 in 220 (If I could, special order for me :smile: )
     
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    Delta 100 for me!

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    Kodak HIE. I would then sell it in eBay for a good profit :smile:
     
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    Fp4+ ....my fav film and the only one I shoot these days

    or

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    Nobody said that all 1000 films had to be the same type, right? 500 Delta 100, 300 Delta 3200, 200 SFX-200. Or something like that.
     
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    Available film, Fuji Neopan 400. Not available film but fresh anyway, Panatomic X because I could sell the heck out of it on ebay.
     
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    250 rolls each of these: Pan-F, Plus-X, Tri-X 320 (if I could find it; otherwise Tri-X 400 or HP5)

    50 rolls each of these: Velvia 50, Ektar 100, Provia 400X, Fuji 800Z, Delta 3200
     
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    The more I shoot it, the more I like C41.
     
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    APX400/120 and APX100/120, yes I know... so let's have Tri-X400/120 and Plus-X125/120
     
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    Yeah, what kraker said: can't I have a bit of that and a bit of the other?
     
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    If the magic film-providing genie is also going to provide processing, then I would also like some 120 Kodachrome.

    Otherwise I would probably take a mix of different films--Acros, Provia, Pan F, Ektar, Portra.
     
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    3.25" x 4.25" Polaroid peel apart film - I never got to try any, and missed out on the b&w, color, sepia toned, special blue toned, etc... I'd get a smathering of all of the varieties that were ever available and use them all. :smile:
     
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