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    John what happened to Fuji Acros film? Is it not available no more from J&C? Or did you just run out?I placed my order couple a day's ago hoping I could get more in 120 format.


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    Cruel summer

    What's summer? :rolleyes: still waiting for it to arrive here? Maybe some day I'll find out LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    To put this trip into perspective, I've got one box of Efke PL100 (50 sheet), two boxes of Velvia 50 (50 sheets each), 4 boxes of Velvia 50 QuickLoads (80 sheets total), 20 rolls of 35mm Velvia 50 and 15 rolls of 120 Velvia 50, for this trip. So, you can see where my emphasis will be.
    Seems to me your emphasis will be keeling over under the weight of three (THREE!) different formats and cameras!
    If you tone it down alot, it almost becomes bearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikoSperi
    Seems to me your emphasis will be keeling over under the weight of three (THREE!) different formats and cameras!
    Niko,

    Not really, Robert only has 2 cameras since the 120 film is for his Horseman 6X12 back on his 4X5. But it will still get really heavy with the 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naturephoto1
    Niko,

    Not really, Robert only has 2 cameras since the 120 film is for his Horseman 6X12 back on his 4X5. But it will still get really heavy with the 2.

    Rich
    I always travel with two cameras at least - the Toyo 45AII and one of my Nikons. I'm still debating on whether to take the N80 instead of the F5 this year - weight is always a big issue. This will be the first trip with the 6x12 back.
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    Dear Robert,

    Go on admit it....your hooked....2 boxes of Black and White...thats how it starts....bet you its in a bloody green box though..before long you will be constructing your darkroom ( high ceilings of course ) on Muai or Owahu or wherever...

    Simon ILFORD Photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley
    Dear Robert,

    Go on admit it....your hooked....2 boxes of Black and White...thats how it starts....bet you its in a bloody green box though..before long you will be constructing your darkroom ( high ceilings of course ) on Muai or Owahu or wherever...

    Simon ILFORD Photo
    Lol . Actually, it is one box of Ilford Delta 100 and one box of Efke PL100. The Ilford is for me, the Efke is to shoot with my friend in Australia.

    I have to admit to missing the darkroom - back in the days I did B&W, I was 100% Ilford.
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    I misjudged you....I hope you have a fantastic trip

    Simon.

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