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    ~ 40 KM 135-36, still just fine.

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    I'm currently working on two 100 sheet boxes of Plus-X Pan Professional in 4x5. It expired in Nov 1969, so I assume it's several years older than that. I had trouble with Leopard spot looking blotches. I then quit using stop bath altogether and the spots disappeared. So far, so good.

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    I have some super XX from 1991 that is plenty good with little base fog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd callow View Post
    I have some super XX from 1991 that is plenty good with little base fog.
    I think I've got some 8x10" from that same batch.
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    Same source as well?

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    Oh my where do I begin ok this is my list of stocks in my Freezers and Fridges which is old and out of date and my personal play toys hehehe

    Agfa APX 25 120 (2002/10) -10 x Rolls
    Agfa Ultra 50 120 (2002/08) - 8 x Rolls
    Agfa ISU 35mm (JAN 1972) -10 x Rolls
    Agfa IFF 35mm (JUL 1971) -10 x Rolls
    Agfa IF 35mm (jan 1978) -10 x Rolls
    Agfa DIA Direct 35mm (Jul 1981) - 10 x Rolls
    Agfa SuperPan Press 620 (Jul 1939) - 5 x Rolls
    Agfa Ultra 100 35mm ( 6/2005) - 200 x Rolls
    Agfa RS 1000 35mm ( 11/1997) 478 x Rolls
    Agfa RSX 50 35mm (3 /2005) 38 x Rolls
    Agfa RSX 100 120 (6 /2006) 95 x Rolls
    Agfa scala 35mm ( 7/2007) 20 x Rolls
    Agfa Scala 120 ( 1/2007) 10 x Rolls
    Agfa Scala 4x5" (1/2001) 38 x Sheets
    Agfa APX 100 35mm (date unknown) 10 x Rolls

    Polaroid polachrome 35mm instant ( sept 1998) 100ish Rolls
    Polaroid Polapan 35mm instant (2002) 100ish Rolls
    Polablue 35mm instant (oct 1989) 1 x Roll :-(
    Polachrome 100 4x5" (date unknown) 10 x sheets

    Kodak Tech Pan 120 (7/2004) 19 x Rolls
    Kodak Tech Pan 35mm ( date unknown 2000ish) 9 x Rolls
    Kodak tech Pan 4x5" 50 x sheets
    Kodak HIE 35mm (2/2009) +800 x Rolls
    kodak EIR 35mm (8/2008) 198 x Rolls
    Kodak RPC 35mm (1990's) 2 x Rolls :-(
    Kodak Kodalith 35mm (7/2003) 148 x Rolls
    kodak Kodachrome PKR 120 (09/1994) 20 x Rolls
    Kodak Super-xx 35mm (Apr 1946) 6 x Rolls
    Kodak S0-339 Direct Positive Dupe Film 4x5" (06/1991) 97 x sheets
    Kodak EPH 35mm (date unknown) 18 x Rolls
    Kodak Pan Atomic X 4x5" (Dec 1972) 100 x sheets
    kodak Super panchro-press Type B 4x5" (Dec 1953) 50x sheets
    Kodak Plates various sizes and emulsions types (1960-80) about 100 plates.
    Kodak VPS, VPH, VPL 120 (date unknown 90's) 100 odd rolls
    Kodak PRT 120 (10/2000) 50 x Rolls

    Konica Infrared 750nm 120 (Feb 1999) 18 x Rolls
    konica infrared 750nm 35mm (Feb 1999) 11 x Rolls
    Fuji Provia 1600 35mm (04/1996) 28 x Rolls
    Scotch 1000 35mm (Mar / 1988) 2 x Rolls :-(
    Scotch 400 35mm (Nov / 1987) 2 x Rolls :-(

    hehehehe and I do have more, A lot more! but I wont bore you any further.

    The oldest film I have is a kodachrome Roll which is dated something in the late 30's and also indicates a weird speed. I would need to find it to confirm its exact date.

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    Oldest I have is a box of 5x7 Eastman Nitrate Pan film, to be developed before 1934. Still not sure if I want to open it and try shooting with it or not.

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    I have 5 or 6 boxes of 1doz each 4x5 eastman nitrate film from france. Dev before 1947.
    If your wondering, yes nitrate film does burn really fast when near heat. I had to try a bad sheet.
    The film still holds a very faint image. It is very green and blotchy with mold.

    These are in my rare & expired pile:
    1 box of APX 25 4x5 25 sheet
    1 box of APX 100 4x5 25 sheet
    1 box of RS 50 4x5 50 sheet
    1 roll of 14" x about 75' left of Kodalith Ortho type 3
    5 boxes of Kodak EPN 4x5 50 sheet
    1 box of Plus X 4x5 25 sheet
    10 rolls of APX 400 120
    5 rolls of APX 100 120
    1 rolls of Konica IR 750 120
    In my not terribly old but rare pile i have 1 500' roll of tech pan exp 1992.

    Edit: I forgot the stash of Aerial film.

    9.5"x125' Kodak Tri-x Aerographic Film #2403
    9.5"x500' kodak Aerographic Direct Duplicating Film #2422
    5"x350' kodak Aerographic duplicating RA 2425

    I have some rare papers also.
    About 250 or more sheets of Kodak Ektalure X paper in 11x14 and 16x20. Ektalure X has a beautiful pattern on it.
    1 box of GAF Allura 16x20 50 sheet
    1 box of Agfa Gevarto 16x20 50 sheet
    2 boxes of 8.5x11 sterling pro rc contact paper 250 sheet

    I think thats it for the rare stuff. I have lots of new also. I really like the ERA 4x5 film.
    I want more...more film....more!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jd callow View Post
    Same source as well?
    Indeed.
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    You guys are le hardcore with your deep storage content.

    By comparison, I have far less (and probably due to cost will continue to have less), and that which I have all dates back no earlier than 2000 -- except for three rolls of PKR 120 which likely come from the early 1990s. Sadly, I'll never get to try them out. Whenever I can find it, though, I stock up on frozen-stored Fujichrome RMS 100/1000, regardless whether it's 120/220 or 135. Time and again, there's something about that emulsion's properties which I really like. That it was only produced for a couple of years makes it a bit challenging to find, alas.

    Nevertheless, since other mentioned having these in their freezer, I guess I am grateful to still have a few HIE and EIR supplies left, and with quite recent expiry dates at that (which means that discussion belongs to a thread on "Less-old fresh frozen film").

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