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Thread: WTB: 127 film.

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    Have you tried using 35mm film cartridge in your Yashica? Just don't use your ruby window and guestamate when advancing the film. Unload your camera in a changing bag or film loading room.

    I haven't tried it just yet with my Yashica44 LM, but I have seen results and it seems to work. This will not work on the Baby Rollei

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    On a side note. I have seen some 127 TMax rolls, at a Southern California camera show. The asking price was $19.99 Ouch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose LS Gil View Post
    On a side note. I have seen some 127 TMax rolls, at a Southern California camera show. The asking price was $19.99 Ouch!
    Wow tmax in 127? Neat, but not at that price!

    Just wait 7 months for the next ilford ULF run, the 46mm film comes in 50ft rolls, the cost breaks down to about $5/roll which is great

    Just save that backing paper (and if you're not going to re-roll, may I have it, I need more backing paper! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Wow tmax in 127? Neat, but not at that price!

    Just wait 7 months for the next ilford ULF run, the 46mm film comes in 50ft rolls, the cost breaks down to about $5/roll which is great

    Just save that backing paper (and if you're not going to re-roll, may I have it, I need more backing paper! Lol


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