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    Fear not,

    Its all delivered into our distributor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Fear not,

    Its all delivered into our distributor.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited
    Oh! I was under the impression, that the 70 mm roll films had been delayed so the sheets were sent at first, and then the roles were sent out at a later time, is that incorrect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Oh! I was under the impression, that the 70 mm roll films had been delayed so the sheets were sent at first, and then the roles were sent out at a later time, is that incorrect?
    Your teaparty shutdown may be over for now, but I'm sure there'd be a massive backlog at customs to get through, there may be a bit of a holdup there still...
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    Your teaparty shutdown may be over for now, but I'm sure there'd be a massive backlog at customs to get through, there may be a bit of a holdup there still...
    Yeah that's what I was thinking, that's why I said I hope it comes by Christmas, I'm not at all upset, this is to be expected, I'm just hoping that I can use the film this year
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    I received my 46mmx50ft HP5+ the other day.

    Very expensive strip of film but happy to have it. Now to load up some old 127 cameras.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wblynch View Post
    I received my 46mmx50ft HP5+ the other day.

    Very expensive strip of film but happy to have it. Now to load up some old 127 cameras.
    I did the math on that, it's only $5 per roll, so actually pretty cheap...
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    so actually pretty cheap...
    Not cheap at all considering one must supply their own backing paper, spools and the time and labor to roll it up. Plus a light-tight wrapping.

    It is 3/4 the width of standard 120 roll film and just 1.3x that of 35mm.

    Ilford/Harman gets off without having to finish and package the film. Even 35mmx100ft bulk has to be perforated.

    I am glad to have it but it ain't cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wblynch View Post
    Not cheap at all considering one must supply their own backing paper, spools and the time and labor to roll it up. Plus a light-tight wrapping.

    It is 3/4 the width of standard 120 roll film and just 1.3x that of 35mm.

    Ilford/Harman gets off without having to finish and package the film. Even 35mmx100ft bulk has to be perforated.

    I am glad to have it but it ain't cheap.
    I didn't consider all that, because I have a bunch of paper and rolls leftover that I've saved, I don't have very many maybe four or five that have good paper, the EFKE100, and also maybe another four or five of older stuff like Verichrome Pan that has crappy backing paper.

    Still as long as you have at least one piece of backing paper that's from an original 127 roll, you can always just cut out a 120 roll backing paper to match that. And since you can do that in the light, it's not such a big deal.

    Anyway any given day I can't see going through for whole rolls of 127 so I'm not too worried.
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    2013 ULF Manufacture From ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

    Just got my 2 rolls of HP-5+ and a roll of 120 backing paper. Now I can put both my Ihagee Parvola and my Nagel Vollenda 127 folder to good use. Thnak you Simon Galley and the Harmon Board for doing this event on a consistent basis.

    Doug

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    yes. thank you Simon !!
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