FS: Ilford FP4 Plus 220 Pro Pack outdated but frozen since 2002

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  1. ILdeP

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    Ilford FP4 Plus 220 Pro Pack dated 2003, but frozen since 2002. I have several pro packs and may consider quantity discount if interested.

    $50.00 ea. shipped in the USA.

    Paypal as gift or MO, Check... ship upon clearing.
     
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    wow, dream film. wish I could right now, best of luck with your sale.
     
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    How many rolls are in a pro pack? (I am a rank amateur. )
     
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    5 rolls per pro-pack. Someone decided a pro needs 5 to get it right, or at least to justify a high fee. :wink:
    Very tempting.
     
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    pm sent
     
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    Have you actually tested a roll out? For $50 you could buy 2 new 120 pro packs at B&H and where are you located? Thanks.


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  7. ILdeP

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    Yes I have "actually" tested a roll out. The negs print very nicely. maybe a hint of base fog. To my knowledge 220 film is no longer available and some people like to shoot more than 8 or 10 frames in their cameras without changing rolls. This film was purchased from a photographer last year who went fully digital. I thought I would like the 220 but I prefer the 120 rolls myself.

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