Ilford Pan 100?

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    I see this on e-bay. What is it, anyone?
     
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    Ilford pan 100 datasheet

    sorry Im on phone
     
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    There is Ilford Pan 100 as well as Pan 400, both very nice films, I use to use them a lot. Ilford explanation was that Pan 100 & 400 were budget films for selected markets only but can be get in the UK as well. Some say they were essentially FP4 and HP5 without the PLUS, speculations...
     
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    Cheap, good. Not FP4 +, but it is very good film.
     
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    Where can I get it in the USA besides e-bay?
     
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    Arn't Kentmere films owned or produced by Ilford also?
    Freestyle has most of them in stock. Prices are less than they charge for Ilford
    B&H lists them also, and for lower prices, but seems to be out of stock quite a bit and that renders their lower price meaningless. B&H regular prices on Ilford are about 15% lower than Freestyle but at least they mostly have Ilford in stock.

    B&W Film just seems to be on an inexorable march to higher prices, increasing even faster than general inflation. Of course old farts like me remember buying 100 ft. roll of Tri-X for less than $10 in the early 70's In fact I could walk into Altmans in Chicago and buy a bulk roll and a box of 10 Kodak snap-caps for $10 with change left over.

    Now a single roll of TX, 35mm 36exp is getting closer to that price.
     
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    Can't answer that question, but you can always ask Ilford themselves or PM Simon here on the forum.

    Yes, they are produced on the same factory with the same QC.