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    I've also purchased several times from films-festival in Thailand (to the UK), with no problems....quick service (about 7-10 days in mail), fresh films, well packed and offering several kinds of film which are not easily (or not available at all) in this country. The guy seems an honest seller in my experience, I'm sure you can buy with confidence.

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    Bought stuff off him several times.
    Film was always in date, wrapped in black plastic then in bubble wrap, always shipped to Aus within a fortnight and usually much quicker.
    Couple of friends have bought stuff off him too and had no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2F/2F View Post
    I like the Kentmere film too. But for the price, I'd try Freestyle's Arista Premium 400 for a great cheap film. Get it while it lasts!
    It's been said before but for those who don't know, Premium 400 is aka Tri-X. I have a 100' roll I'm shooting from, bought when it was cheaper (not much reason now unless, like I, you prefer shorter loads than 36 exposure, as the preloaded 36s are barely more than the 100') It definitely is Tri-X. Nothing else looks exactly like it in Diafine at the same speeds.

    The 100 was said to be Plus X. They don't list it catalog but it's in the specials section on the web site. I just ordered 10 rolls of that too. I wish I could still get it in 120.

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    Where is it possible to get Ilford Pan 400 in 120 size?
    Thanks in advance
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    The post at the top of this page tells you all you need to know. In other words try films-festival on Ebay.
    BTW, nice blog!

    EDIT: just had a look and he doesn't seem to have any. Try lomofimshop by cliffcluk on Ebay
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    try the ultrafine Xtreme film. My best guess is its pan 400 and 100 in both the 120 and 35mm

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    let me add a plus one for that vendor. (films-festival) have ordered from them and the package arrived promptly here in Canada. But of course they don’t show any illford pan at this time

    the Ilford pan 400 and 100 are only sold in "selected" countries, mostly in the third world. I would expect that they are also under Ilford's "no private label sale of Ilford films" policy.

    On the plus side they do come in both 135 and 120.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    I'm leery of eBay to begin with, much less dealing with an unknown vendor halfway around the world...thanks for the suggestion but this may call for friends overseas.
    That Thailand seller is a well known one for film, and I've bought a fair of bit film from various places on eBay, I've even sourced from Tao Bao in China for stuff you can't get anywhere else anymore.

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