Outdated 160NC bulk roll at Ultrafine

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by naugastyle, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. naugastyle

    naugastyle Member

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    I don't NEED it as I've got a 5pk of fresh 160NC sitting unused in my fridge...but 100ft for $29 is hard to resist. I'd seen another post here (can't remember when) about APX 400 clearly arriving re-rolled by Ultrafine, not in Agfa tins. That poster didn't trust it and I believe returned it. The 160NC listing is clearly stated on Ultrafine to be rolled at their warehouse from 1000ft rolls. What do people think of this? Trustworthy? High possibility of scratches/other problems?
     
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    try it and report back :smile:.

    I'm floating in Kodak Gold 200 right now, expired in '08 and $1/4 roll pack at my local mom&pop 'nothing over 99c store'. no color cast or anything!

    but I was looking at this a while back. Since I'm a student on a SERIOUS budget, I was totally interested in this, cause 160NC is my primary go-to film. But lately I've been content with 25c/roll for 24xp rolls of Gold 200.

    -Dan
     
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    now if they could do this with 120 master rolls. goooooo.... that would be delish :munch:
     
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    I bought 2.

    2 rolls used so far, worked perfectly.
     
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    Cool, thanks! I know it's not that much money, but of course if it were complete crap, $30 could just as easily be spent on paper instead :smile:.