FS: Kodak Double-X in 36 and 24 exposure rolls

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  1. nickrapak

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    I am selling Kodak Double-X (5222), rolled into 24 or 36 exposure 35mm cartridges. This is a 250 ISO Daylight 35mm black-and-white negative film. It typically comes only in 400 and 1000 ft rolls for cinematography, but can be developed just like any other black-and-white film. This film is taken from fresh, direct-from-Kodak stock, and spooled into previously-used 35mm cartridges. As this is not an official Kodak product, and does not have the Kodak warranty, I've put a "Rapakpan XX" label on it.

    If you don't know what this film can do, look here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/656147@N20/pool/

    Each 36-exposure roll is $4.99+shipping*, and the 24-exp rolls are $3.99+shipping*. I ship worldwide, but orders under $50 are at your own risk. Orders over $50 are shipped insured. I accept PayPal, Check and Money Order. The latter two may result in significant delay in shipment, as I wait until the payment clears. Send me a Private Message if you're interested!

    If you would like a non-standard number of exposures for panoramic or sprocket hole shooting, send me a PM. Please note, there's a minimum of 10 special order rolls per order.

    *I must collect sales tax for those living in PA.
     
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    PM sent.
     
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    Want! I'll grab some tomorrow.
     
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    Bump!
     
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    What are typical shipping costs to US areas? Can you use Priority Flat Rate boxes?

    Lets say, California, Texas, NY, Chicago?
     
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    I use first class mail for anything under 13 rolls, and Priority Mail after that.
    First Class is $2.00 nationwide for up to 3 rolls, and 20 cents a roll for each additional.
    If it fits in a flat rate box (about 20 rolls), I can ship it nationwide for $5.50.
    Anything more than that, I'd have to charge weight-based pricing, and I would need an exact number of rolls to calculate.
     
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    I just got notice from Kodak that the bulk film will be going up 20% next week. Order now to ensure the lowest prices!
     
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    Bump! Still at the old, lower price (for now)
     
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    Another bump! Once I run out of this 400' roll (I have 300' left), the prices will be going up 20%. Stock up now!
     
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    I can vouch for nickrapack. I ordered a few rolls from him to test XX and he was great to deal with. Now i just need to shoot the rolls :smile: