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    I got 8 rolls of APX 100 as a birthday gift on yesterday with an expiry date 09 2013. One of the best among all other gifts.
    OM-1n: Do I need to own a Leica?
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    Holga 120GFN: Amazingly simple yet it produces outstanding negatives to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Cole View Post
    Re-animate? Start making it again?
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    Yes. Mirko saves parts of the original equipment and may be some of the stuff from Agfa photo. You might follow the forum of Fotoimpex, which is hold in German of course: http://forum.fotoimpex.de .
    The first message in the "Fotolaborforum" is concerned with the APX films. It has 8 pages already.
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    The only thing I can find is 35mm on the agfa site. APX100 and 400

    Nothing about 120 film, and certainly not the old beloved APX25. *sighs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by piu58 View Post
    Yes. Mirko saves parts of the original equipment and may be some of the stuff from Agfa photo. You might follow the forum of Fotoimpex, which is hold in German of course: http://forum.fotoimpex.de .
    The first message in the "Fotolaborforum" is concerned with the APX films. It has 8 pages already.
    Its very interesting how fast this guy is changing the "horses"! Before he got lots of "freebees" from MACO, and now since Hartmuth Schroeder is retired, he is switching very quickly to FOTOIMPEX, to obtain from there the "freebees"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudolf View Post
    For me APX is a past. I wouldn't start using it again, I'm now in perfect relationship with TriX.
    APX is probably going to outlast TX
    Mark Layne
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    remember: todays AgfaPhoto Holding is NOT AGFA nor the former AgfaPhoto which produced (i.e. coated) APX.
    http://www.agfaphoto.com/appc/conten...2d184b6ef37db0
    http://www.agfaphoto.com/appc/conten...2d184b6ef37db0
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    This is what Silverprint have to say about it.

    http://www.silverprint.co.uk/Product...asp?PrGrp=2271

    They seem to be excited, judging by the exclamation mark.

    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by piu58 View Post
    Yes. Mirko saves parts of the original equipment and may be some of the stuff from Agfa photo. You might follow the forum of Fotoimpex, which is hold in German of course: http://forum.fotoimpex.de .
    The first message in the "Fotolaborforum" is concerned with the APX films. It has 8 pages already.
    As far as I have understood from what Mirko has written both here on APUG and on the ADOX forum, what is available today is 135-film from the last AGFA master rolls. There are still quite a few APX 100 rolls on the market at very competitive prices. I think Fotoimpex in Berlin sels them for about 2.60 Euro ( aprox 3.40 $ ) a piece. I know that ADOX are working on a project to remanufacture at least APX 400 but it seems that APX 100 will have to wait untill it is possible to get a price that at least will cover the costs and give a tiny profit. Perhaps we can also se some APX films in 120 size in the future. Do we dare to dream of 220 size ? That would be the day !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Layne View Post
    APX is probably going to outlast TX
    OK, let's go back to this bet in 50 years from now.
    In case one of us dies, our descendants will continue - deal?
    Marcin "Rudolf" Szymczak
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