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    Some get it all for free...

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    I sent a $500 offer to the seller, who replies that he would accept no less than $750.

    I'd be happy to buy about 1/3 of it at that price so do we have another two 70mm shooters who would like about 215' for $250? And if so, do you have empty spools to put your share on?

    If not, I'm just gonna buy another 5 rolls (750') of 2405 from that Canadian guy. It's a bit crunchy but I like the glow and the price is right.

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    sorry not with the release of the Ilford 70mm films... I'm all tapped out...

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    Hi Polyglot, sorry, can you please elaborate on "bit crunchy"? Is it your comment for the 2405 film??

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    crunchy = there's a fair bit of grain; lots of little sharp edges like a muesli bar (granola bar, for the yanks). Yes, referring to the 2405, it's about as grainy as HP5 I think (I've not wet-printed any yet though will do some this week). I am getting to rather like the stuff though.

    I'd like the 3409 as a possible replacement for Efke-25: grain about as fine as Acros/TMX but with (far!) better red response and a more-traditional S-curve.

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    Muesli? ... yes Granola ... I'm not even sure how to pronounce Muesli ... is it "Moo-ess-leee"? or like "meez-lee"? or something else? Never ever have I heard that word lol

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    myoozlee. hence the translation
    Last edited by polyglot; 03-29-2013 at 08:46 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Mucilage?

    Just kidding. Some of us in the States know the term muesli. Stone, you may be familiar with Kellogg's Mueslix cereal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truzi View Post
    Mucilage?

    Just kidding. Some of us in the States know the term muesli. Stone, you may be familiar with Kellogg's Mueslix cereal?
    I think you got it right with mucilage.
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    Kodak 3409 Aerecon 70mm?

    Quote Originally Posted by Truzi View Post
    Mucilage?

    Just kidding. Some of us in the States know the term muesli. Stone, you may be familiar with Kellogg's Mueslix cereal?
    Nope, never heard of that, must be a southern thing? They have a lot of different words than the new englanders, and around here "yanks" specifically means New England area of the USA, but not the south or Mideast or west, just New England (upper right corner)


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