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    Quote Originally Posted by jandc
    We should raise our price! We only sell them for .30 each.

    http://www.jandcphoto.com/index.asp?...S&Category=101
    Can you wait until I buy a couple dozens?

    Got your email, it was JandC Classic 35mm 200. Will you get any more soon? I'll package up an order with some paper and film.

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    Simon, my question is, will all Ilford partners be able to offer those canisters when/if Ilford start to deliver them?. I belive I was first who mentioned those canisters in thread about Perceptol avaliability (thread in which you first time appeared on this forum). I am asking this because I would like not to be in situation to buy canisters anywhere other than atmy Ilford supplier. Can I send you PM with name of my suplier and get your answer specifically for theire situation? (I would ask publically, but jandc could be angry at me again for mentioning competition...

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    Rollei R3 uses the plastic container. It is black and very heavy duty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    It would be great if Ilford adopts those tubes for their MF films, I could really use them here in Greece. If only I could buy some from around here...
    I could buy some from JandC and ship them to you. I was going to get some for myself anyway. PM me if you need this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensanjay
    I could buy some from JandC and ship them to you. I was going to get some for myself anyway. PM me if you need this.
    We ship to Greece all the time. We even speak the language.
    www.jandcphoto.com

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    Thank you sansanjay

    Quote Originally Posted by jandc
    We ship to Greece all the time. We even speak the language.
    Το ξέρω.


    Isn't shipping from across the Atlantic insane though? Especially for
    a bunch of little weightless tubes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    Isn't shipping from across the Atlantic insane though? Especially for a bunch of little weightless tubes?
    Hmmmm...Sounds like a good excuse to buy
    more stuff... :rolleyes:

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    I thought of many times to order stuff from J&C, Calumet and B&H, especially stuff I couldn't find here, but the cost of shipping was always above 50 US$, going up as high as 150 US$ for a 14"x17" enlarging mask!
    I remember when I placed in the shopping cart only one roll of film and the shipping was something like 40-50 US$(I can't remember which store)!
    So I have given up ordering from the US, even the UK is a gamble as they charge "over-seas" for crossing the Channel!
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    Another neat product along these lines is a MF film pack that was and perhaps still is made by Tenba or Tamrac or Lowe or one of those manufacturers. It had a rubber slit on the top for inserting exposed rolls and a zipper down the side for opening the pack, and it held about 5 or 6 rolls of film, and it had a loop on the back for use as a belt pack.

    I could see such a thing with the Ilford logo on it.
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    I have that accessory that David mentions and it is made by Lowepro, part of the series of accessories that hook on its belts, vests and cases. Its quite helpful and I don't know what I would do without it but its kinda large to wear it inconspiciously. With another kind of film pack on the other side (one for un- and the other for exposed) , I feel like a soldier with his ammo belt.
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