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    Any periodic camera show/swap meets in the area. The PHSC runs several annually here in Toronto. That's where I get my short-dated, stale dated film. No problems to date. Don't trust online sellers.

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    I use a combination of APUG, eBay, and Craigslist.
    Every few weeks I run an ad on Craigs for buying film.
    I've been lucky so far, but recently bought four rolls
    of APS film that were funky. Only $3.00 down the drain.
    Can't complain thought, being as I was able to use
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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    I have 2 bulk loaders that are almost full of old fogged film. 1 has some Tri -X pan safety film and not sure about the other. Some type of Kodak if I remember correctly. I was only using it to show people how to load their own film. The film has been kept in a warm cabinet for a few years so I KNOW it is old. For the safety film I purchased it @ the Swap Meet for $3. Place an advertisement in Craigslist and I am sure you will get responses. Give me $5 for 2 bulk loaders with film included.
    I will by them if the OP doesn't.
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    If you're wanting 35mm film let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dances_w_clouds View Post
    I have 2 bulk loaders that are almost full of old fogged film. 1 has some Tri -X pan safety film and not sure about the other. Some type of Kodak if I remember correctly. I was only using it to show people how to load their own film. The film has been kept in a warm cabinet for a few years so I KNOW it is old. For the safety film I purchased it @ the Swap Meet for $3. Place an advertisement in Craigslist and I am sure you will get responses. Give me $5 for 2 bulk loaders with film included.
    What does the fogged film look like? Does it add an interesting effect?

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