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  1. #11

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    I'm going to sell my Rolleicord as soon as I use up the last 10 rolls of Verichrome Pan.

  2. #12

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    Not much, but I've got 8 rolls of EIR and three small boxes of Kentmere Art Classic.

  3. #13
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    I have some 16x20 Portriga Rapid 111 stashed, some Ilford postcard paper, some 16x20 Ektalure "K" surface and several packs of 8x10 Oriental Center F (Grade 2). And I make silver gelatin prints maybe once a year.

    Vaughn

    Oh, and some tech pan 120 in the fridge along with some way-outdated Type 55 that still seems to work

  4. #14

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    Calgary, Canada
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    6 - rolls 120 Kodachrome 64
    1 box 4x5 Tri-X Ortho
    Partial box of Agfapan 400
    4 boxes 11x14 Tri-X Pan (1992)
    1 box 11x14 Ektapan (1992)

    Paper
    60 sheets 20x24 Oriental G2, do not have trays to process it.
    Oriental G1,G2,G3 11x14 partial boxes, still beautiful, no noticable fog, last time I tried it.
    Some Ilfospeed 2
    Forte Polywarmtone

  5. #15

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    My piddly supply of outdated film consists of 1 35mm cartridge Kodak 100UC and 1 35mm cartridge Kodak Portra 100T. The latter seems to have run away to California or that mysterious land where my socks go after drying.

    - Justin

  6. #16
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    60 plus rolls of 135-36 UC 400
    55 plus rolls of 120 UC 400
    both in the freezer [easier to do when one does not have a higher power]

    Brought both to keep them from the hoarders.

    Steve
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

  7. #17

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    A roll or two of Agfa Scala, some Forte PWT, (and Calumet's last package of PWT Art 8x10 on the way!!). A few sheets of Brovira #3, 16x20.

    Plus some boxes of Dupont Haloid that are older than I am, and a box of Kodak 8x10 glass plates also older than me.

  8. #18

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    Plenty of 100 asa 35mm Agfa APX and 120 VP still hiding out in the freezer next to the eskimo pies and lamahjoons, as well as some ULF film from J and C. Sadly, I recently loaded the very last of my Ilford FP-4+-oid from Freestyle (Arista Pro) and Photo Warehouse (Ultrafine) sheet film. My stash of 16x20 Agfa paper was lost in a flood awhile back

  9. #19

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    Still have a lot of EPN 220, a few APX25 and 400 in 120, and one roll of Ultra 50 120 which I'm saving for a special occasion.

  10. #20
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    I have a pretty good stockpile of Techpan in 4x5 and 35mm. I have some old ectalure in 120. A whole bunch of film for my Minolta 16s and Rollei 16. I have a bunch of APX100 and APX400 in 120 - Is that completely gone? Quite a bit of Forte Fortezo
    My photos are always without all that distracting color ...

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