Kodak $5 rebate on 5 rolls B&W film

Discussion in 'B&W: Film, Paper, Chemistry' started by Nathan Smith, Nov 2, 2007.

  1. Nathan Smith

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    Yep, I posted it when it first came on. It got me shooting B&W more and then setting up a darkroom. Warning: This offer is dangerous to your wallet!

    Steve
     
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    Some day, I'd just like to see a Kodak Canada offer like this that is only available to residents of Canada :mad:

    For those from Kodak who might be lurking, I am a lifelong Kodak supporter.

    Matt
     
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    Thanks, and a bump.
     
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    I wish that I could get that submission form to print out, but for some reason it locks up my browser (Safari). I'd like to try the 320 speed Tri-X in 220.
     
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    It's a link to a PDF form. My MacOS isn't booted at the moment, but most browsers offer a "save link as..." option that will enable you to save the linked-to document as a file on your computer. This is usually accessible as an option when right-clicking the link, but if you've got a stock 1-button Apple mouse that method of accessing the option will obviously not work for you.
     
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    I hear ya Matt
    Do they not know that there are Canadians who use film too?
     
  8. David A. Goldfarb

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    It also doesn't apply to TXP (Tri-X 320)--just TMX, TMY, TMZ, PXP, TX, and HIE.
     
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    But the picture shows a roll of the 320 stuff, doesn't it? Or was that just my imagination?
     
  10. David A. Goldfarb

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    It certainly does, but TXP isn't listed in the conditions. Could be a typo.
     
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    It sounds as if a call to Kodak customer service might be in order. While I'm at it, I'd like to know whether there's anything to the post on Photo.net suggesting that Kodak might do a special run of Tri-X 400 in 220. What number should I call? The only phone number that I found on their website was for digital equipment support.
     
  12. David A. Goldfarb

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    Try e-mailing scott[dot]disabato[at]kodak[dot]com, who is a manager of marketing in the Professional Film division.
     
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    Thanks, David.