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    Cleaning out the freezer-Part 2-Fujichrome

    Fujichrome Provia 400F (RHP III) 5 roll ProPack, dated 10/2008, $30 +$6 shipping
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    Deep frozen since day one
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    FYI: Walmart continues to process medium format E6. They send the film to the Fuji Processing Lab and the transparencies are returned in about a week. That's the timeframe at my local Walmart here in NJ.

    When you fill out the envelope at Walmart be sure to clearly mark the outside, "E-6 PROCESS ONLY". The 120 film transparencies are returned uncut, sleeved, and rolled up in that distinctive heavy red cardboard tube that Fuji has used for years. Cost? The last roll I shot, about 9 months ago, was $4.89, but the price seems to vary a lot. Someone posted here a while ago that his price was less than $1.00!
    Sometimes the Walmart film processing prices are inconsistent.

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