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    $3.50. Try that in Europe . Kodak, on the other hand...

    Well, enough said about that already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    Hmmm...no deals on 120??
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandermarijn View Post
    $3.50. Try that in Europe . Kodak, on the other hand...

    Well, enough said about that already.
    Ok, ill give it a try

    Kodak Tri-X for 5 dollar: http://www.macodirect.de/kodak-trix-...7_197_198.html
    Ilford HP5+ for 6 dollar:http://www.macodirect.de/ilford-plus...3_181_182.html

    So. yes, we pay a bit more in Europe. But i will still say film is an extreme cheap product for capturing high quality images.

    I compared what a norwegian worker was payed per hour in 1970 and compared with Tri-x price that year.

    In 2012 Tri-x is a lot cheaper than in 1970 if you see it with those glasses

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