110 film ( black and white )

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  1. jnanian

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    does anyone know if j&c carries 110 black and white film?
    the website has a tab for it, but none seems to be listed :sad:

    i have not had much luck re-spooling my own ...
    anyone know of someone who respools and resells it?

    seems like a great ebay-business-plan :smile:

    thnx
    john
     
  2. Gerald Koch

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    I don't believe that anyone is making 110 B&W film. But, 16mm film is available and is the same width. Single perforated film is avilable and you would only have perforations intruding into the picture area along one edge. You can make or buy film slitters to make 110 film from 35mm stock.

    There is only one film type available and that is color negative.
     
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    hi gerald -

    i had a feeling, but there was a glimmer of hope ...
    oh well, better learn how to respool myself :sad:

    -john
     
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    Send me a few rolls as well, John.
     
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    hi robert,
    as soon as the puncture wounds heal, i'll try it again :smile:

    -john
     
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    You could look into processing the available (one or two?) C-41 110 films as B&W. I'm sure that's not optimal, but it might be worth trying.