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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Maybe I'm just not navigating the site right, but I looked at Beau's and they seem to only have a few films available, and only in 35mm film, except the TIP film they have which is the "cool" film, which is the old generation film that's all bad and not the "color protection" film that TIP now sells, so what am I missing?


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    Try the "Film, Chemistry and Darkroom Papers" PDF link on this frame: http://www.beauphoto.com/frames/filmnew/pricing.html
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    Thank you this is awesome!!


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    Tri X

    Thanks Matt


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    Mail order or shop locally

    I get almost all my photo needs mail order from B&H, Freestyle, Calumet, and even Maco from Germany. Better selection and lower prices. I stock up at all of them several times a year. I live in a medium size town in the USA and there are at least 2 small mom and pop photo stores that have been around for decades within a few miles that sell Tri-X 135 by the brick and other films in smaller quantities. They charge about $1.50 more per roll than the mail order places but I don't mind keeping a local business going that can always sell me a bunch of TX right away when I need some right this second. One of these stores even keeps a decent supply of Kodak and Ilford chemistry and paper, always in stock whenever I come in. Prices are higher but not out of line and sometimes actually less because I don't have to pay shipping for something that weighs a ton like a 5 litre jug of Ilford rapid fix. They just got a whole shelf in of new jugs. Somebody besides me must be buying all this stuff, as the rest of the store is entirely digital. So I send some of my business their way. It might cost me a few extra bucks now, but I am looking at the future. Do you want to be at the mercy of mail order for every last thing?

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