Cleaning out the freezer--Slide film $1.75 each

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  1. Karl K

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    Kodak ET 135-20 (ISO 160T) dated 8/86 six rolls

    Kodak ET 135-24 (ISO 160T) dated 10&11/86 three rolls

    Kodak EL 135-20 (ISO 400) dated 12/86 four rolls

    Kodak EN 135-24 (ISO 100) dated 6/88 one roll

    3M 135-20 (ISO 1000) dated 3/85 one roll

    3M 135-24 (ISO 640T) dated 8/87 one roll

    FREE POSTAGE IN CONUS IF YOU BUY IT ALL.
    Otherwise, actual postage cost via 1st Class.
     

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    Kindly check your PM's. Everything is spoken for. Waiting for two more payments.
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    That is very interesting. I never seen rolls of 20. Never thought somebody produced them. Know only about 12, 24 and 36 rolls.
     
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    Eugen: You must be a young guy...

    ...back in the day there were no 12's and no 24's.....just 20 and 36.

    The 12's, 24's and later the 27's started to appear in the late 80's.

    Slide film was the last to change.

    I think Ilford made a 72 exposure full frame roll of film back then. Someone correct me, but it might have been HP-5.

    Agfa made some 15 exposure color rolls around 1992 as "freebies" with multi-roll purchases.

    Anyway, all the film in the ad is sold.
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    Yep Ilford made a 72 exposure roll of HP5. It was on a thinner base to fit in the film cartridge. A friend commented that he needed a step stool to hang it to dry. I never shot any of those myself.

    My freezer recently coughed up some 20 exposure rolls of Tri-X.

    I distinctly remember all 35mm being 20 or 36.
     
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