WTB: 35mm Panatomic X or Verichrome Pan

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  1. 3 Olives

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    I figure it's a long shot, but it's a much longer shot if I don't ask.
    Thanks!
     
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    If you find someone with a stash of VP and can't take it all, I am interested.
     
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    I'll send you a PM if that is the case.
     
  4. elekm

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    Are you looking for a fine-grained film? Or do you just want to try some Panatomic-X?
     
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    I have one roll of Panatomic-X, expired 3/1991, stored cold. PM me with an offer if interested.
     
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    I have six rolls of 35mm Panatomic X.
     
  7. Lanline

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    I have PANATOMIC X in 135 rolls, 120 and bulk. All frozen since it was new - some of it dates back to 1979.
     
  8. George Collier

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    Did Verichrome Pan ever come in 35mm?
     
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    AFAIK VP was never made in anything smaller than 120, at least in North America. It likely was in 127 once upon a time, but not 35mm. I use Ilford's Pan F in 35mm now that Panatomic X is gone. I have a lot of 5 PX 20 exposure rolls given to me this spring, and there is but one roll still to shoot.
     
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  11. RGS122

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    Anyone have any one of these films offer in 35mm? Willing to trade a roll or two of EDUPE in 35mm.
     
  12. Werewolf

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    Do you still have those Panatomic-X Films/

    If you still have them, I am interested. Please E-mail me.
     
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    I have a 520 Filmpack (12 exposures of 2-1/4x3-1/4) of Verichrome Pan with expiration date May 1958. I also have a Verichrome 520 Filmpack that expired in August 1948.
     
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    Verichrome came in 126, I have a couple, but never in 35mm. I remember when Pan X disappeared and was replaced by TMAX 100, or that's what I was told. Never liked TMX that much, still don't. APX25 was the uncrowned king of the slow films, wish that would come back!
     
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    old thread... i have a few rolls of apx25 in 35mm and a brick or two in 120.
    i have 4 rolls of VP but only in 120.
    also recording film, tech pan (120), royal 25, some mix of slide films known to be good for cross processing, etc.
    i'm consolidating my film stock to what i really use, so if interested, write me direct at rs at silvergrain.com.