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    My main format is 8x10, so changing to Portra 400 isn't going to happen. I occasionally use different sizes, but not often enough to want to learn the intricacies of another film. I will try Portra 400 to check it out, but that's as far as I'll go.
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    I'd be willing to bet that K.B. Canham will be able to hook you up with this in 8x10...
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    I'll check with him and see.
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    Great. I talked to them about Plus-X in 4x5 and he is looking into it..
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    Anyone see the new film pop up anywhere yet? B&H seems to be out of the old 400 emulsions often lately...
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    The film is listed at B&H but not available quite yet..http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...ortra_400.html
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    I actually saw 3 rolls from a seller on ePrey today.
    I was perplexed because it looks like he is NOT a dealer.

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    Precision Camera in Austin has it in 120

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    Anyone seen any prices for 35mm New Portra? It will be interesting to see what the U.S. price converts to in pounds sterling. The U.K. magazine Amateur Photographer had an article on it last week. The end part of which was availability( end November) and price( about £58 pounds per pack of five!!

    Yes that's nearly $93 or over $18 per film. Maybe they got it wrong. They had better or Kodak won't sell much here

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