Fuji Superia 1600 expired in 2006 - $8

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  1. filmculture

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    Storage conditions unknown. $8 per roll, 23 rolls available. Shipping from Toronto, should be something like $3 for the first roll and $0.5-1 for each extra. Ask for a quote if you want multiple rolls
     
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    Bump!
     
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    Bump! Looks like nobody wants to shoot in low light...
     
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    I think it's that you are asking too much per roll for expired film. :sad:


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    How about $25 for 4 rolls? Isn't it not available anymore?
     
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    It isn't available anymore, but 1600 speed film degrades extremely fast. The film your selling would probably be low contrast with high grain and fogging, especially if it wasn't stored frozen.
     
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    I will try it out to make sure it works well.