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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    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.
    I just hook mine on the side of my camera backpack. I love it. I also have the J&C tubes. When I unload my Lowepro holder, I slip them into the tubes until I can get them processed.
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    The adox film already come in these tubes. After I take the film out the empties roll around on the car floor and I put the exposed film in my pocket.
    Oh well.
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    Hmmm.... now what if a brightly colored Lowepro MF film pack with the Ilford logo came filled with a ProPack of your favorite Ilford film? That might stand out on the shelf behind the film counter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arigram
    So I have given up ordering from the US, even the UK is a gamble as they charge "over-seas" for crossing the Channel!
    It may be just "crossing the Channel" but the fact is that the postage costs for shipping outside of the UK are MUCH higher than for mailing within the UK. And for shipping outside of Europe it is much higher still. I think is something to do with some international body that sets international postal rates (International Postal Union?)

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    Aggie only could find a Lowpro 40-pack. Are smaller ones available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hortense
    Aggie only could find a Lowpro 40-pack. Are smaller ones available?
    This is the bag we are talking about.

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...goryNavigation
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