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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
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    Oh yes BTW. LOOK OUT FOR THE REINDEER
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    on the topic darkroom
    there may be a couple of options worth considering.

    http://www.godsbanen.dk/nyheder/artikel/980/

    SDF may help you get in touch with other photoclubs that have a darkroom

    http://www.sdf.dk/clubs.php

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    hi there,
    I've once bought some stuff at LYBÆCKS FOTO, Tagensvej. A very nice and helpful guy.

    http://www.nelso.com/dk/place/245070/

    good luck in my hometown
    Peter

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    Being a Norwegian resident I have bad news for you. but sorry Bert, it is not so. Importing from Norway will result in mva/moms/vat being added. I know, I get it slapped on goods from the EU. I also work for a Nordic company where we have our warehouse in Sweden, and have to import all goods to Norway the good old way, invoking mva. You may apply for a refund of the VAT from the country from which it was sent, but that is another matter.

    I would find my film and chemicals within the EU proper.

    Where are my manners? Welcome you are to the cold North.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzie View Post
    Being a Norwegian resident I have bad news for you. but sorry Bert, it is not so. Importing from Norway will result in mva/moms/vat being added. I know, I get it slapped on goods from the EU. I also work for a Nordic company where we have our warehouse in Sweden, and have to import all goods to Norway the good old way, invoking mva. You may apply for a refund of the VAT from the country from which it was sent, but that is another matter.
    I would find my film and chemicals within the EU proper.
    Hi Eirik,

    I stand corrected - and amazed - and wonder why we invented the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) in the first place .....
    Maybe it only applies to free travel of people, not the goodies??

    BTW:
    I love your selfmade cameras and images on your blog.
    "Have fun and catch that light beam!"
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    Dank je wel Bert. Within the EU it´s more or less plain sailing. But the EØS/EES/EFTA agreement is a bit different. We are only partly part of the open market. All our goods however get taxed, the more processed they are, the more the tax. Which is why Denmark smokes all our Salmon, we can´t afford to do it ourselves, as it would mean we would have to pay import duties through our teeth to the EU. Sad fact.

    Foma is a Czech. So how the main European distributor ended up in Norway is a bit of mystery. Until you find out he is a ex-pat Czech. He lives just 20 km from me. I keep reminding myself I should use more Foma products. I will too, if not until I have my darkroom up and running. Foma papers are good.

    Another good bet is http://www.scandinavianphoto.se/ I used to shop from them until I found a Norwegian alternative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trotkiller View Post
    Hi all

    I have recently moved to København from the other side of the world. I haven't started my Danish language classes yet so I apologise that this post is written mostly in english.

    So far I have found two local stores that stock film, paper and chemicals:

    http://fotoc.dk
    http://www.photografica.com/

    The prices seem ok, its about what I used to pay for gear in Australia. Are there any other shops I should be looking at instead?

    I used to buy my film from B&H in the states. Even with the huge shipping costs it was usually 50-30% cheaper than buying it locally. If I try this here, will our lovely friends at SKAT hit me with moms/25% tax when the package comes into the country?

    Now for the important topic, Darkrooms/Mørkekammer

    I haven't been able to find any public/rental darkrooms online. I'm sure this is due to language barriers but any suggestions would be nice. I don't think that a bathroom darkroom is going to be an option at this stage.

    I'm currently looking for work so I have plenty of free time. If anybody wants to go shooting or meet up for a coffee or beer, send me a PM
    Curious, why did you move to Denmark? For work or just change of scenery? Was it hard? What kind of process did you have to go through?
    I want to move out of Australia to get away from how it's turning out. Thinking somewhere Scandinavian... any advice would be appreciated

    hope you're enjoying

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