Fotokemika ULF/ebay/Stuffmart - ???

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  1. Silverhead

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    Has anyone heard of or had any experience with an ebay store called Stuffmart? They're apparently an outlet of some sort in Virginia with a bunch of ULF Fotokemika products for sale in multiple sizes. This is true for both regular and ortho film. They also have lesser supplies of Ilford & Kodak ULF as well. Their prices are VERY low, as they say that they're a close-out buyer who sells stuff at below original retail cost. The quickest way to find them on ebay is to go into the Cameras & Photo section and do a search under "Fotokemika", as a search under "Stuffmart" comes up empty.

    Just wondering...any feedback would be helpful. :smile:
     
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    I purchased some efke 7 x 17 at a great price....haven't shot it yet though to test it..I emailed them and they said not to let the low price be a deterrant as they had acquired it at a great price to liquidate. The film was in date and seemed fine and they said it was stored properly....
     
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    Rumor was it may have been from JandC? But i can't verify that.
     
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    Here's what Stuffmore's banner says: "We also purchase close out inventory and offer it at below original cost."

    Prices look almost too good to be true. Maybe I should stock up on 7x17 stuff?
     
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    Heck I am thinking of buying a couple of boxes of 4 x10 and I dont even have a 4 x 10 camera!

    Ach. When it rains, it pours...
     
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    I'd buy some 7x17 film, but that would mean I'd need to get a 7x17 camera... dammit... looks like many of us are in that position.