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    70 mm Film

    Is 70mm B&W film still in production and available?
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    But not easy to find, or inexpensive. All of the Kodak stuff is special order with large minimums. I believe Agfa-Gaevert also makes it, but I haven't found a ready source for it at amateur consumer quantities.

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    Anybody have a source?

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    For Kodak, B&H has some under their "special applications" "aerial" category in film. Fairly large and pricey minimums and it will be a special order. Non-refundable, as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    For Kodak, B&H has some under their "special applications" "aerial" category in film. Fairly large and pricey minimums and it will be a special order. Non-refundable, as I recall.
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    for the agfa stuff in 70mm

    Brian Maginnity,
    B.M. Productions Pty. Ltd.
    Distributor, Agfa Aerial Products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terence View Post
    But not easy to find, or inexpensive. All of the Kodak stuff is special order with large minimums. I believe Agfa-Gaevert also makes it, but I haven't found a ready source for it at amateur consumer quantities.
    Agfa aerial films at this address;

    http://www.agfa.com/en/sp/solutions/...aphy/index.jsp

    70mm is in 100' lengths. We (Silverprint) have previously obtained Agfa b&w and colour 70mm in one off quantities, but would need to check if the door is still ajar.
    We have one roll of Aviphot Color N400 PE1 70mm in stock. It's dated Jan '07 but has been fridge stored throughout, the price will be good.

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    Is the 100 foot tri-x 70mm discontinued? Half the time kodak doesn't (or at least didn't) even know what they are selling or not. I used to ask about things and if I didn't talk to the right person, didn't get an accurate answer.

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    Kodak still makes a fair amount of aerial film (color and B&W) in 70mm. Look at their website (Kodak Aerial) for details. HAS, Images out of Dayton, Ohio, stocks the stuff in the U.S.

    Jim B.

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