KEH is now selling film

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  1. jcc

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    Woohoo! They seem to be competitively priced. Only Ilford, Kodak, and Fujifilm brands though.
     
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    Is it used?
     
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    Heh. I'd definitely steer clear of the "BGN" film...

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    I wouldn't put it past them!
     
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    Now that's funny!!

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    Interesting. No Fuji B&W film and no Kodak BW400CN film. No Kodak Gold 200 either - not that it's been discontinued or anything.

    Just sayin'
     
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    It's called "Let's try a few and see if this works."

    Give it time...
     
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    It's nice to see competition!
     
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    Smart idea! I suppose that most of their sales are film cameras, or at least film related, so why not give people the option to buy some film to load into their purchases? When you think about it, it makes perfect sense. It's one of those head slapping things where you go "now why didn't I think of that?"

    If it were me, I'd give people an opportunity to order any film they wanted, as long as it was Tri-X.
     
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    Komisch!
     
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    Good to hear!

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    More of their sales come from lenses as opposed to film cameras.