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    Large lot of 8x10 film

    I haven't investigated what's in all these boxes, most feel less than half full. I'm going to play it safe and say there are at least 4 sheets of each in each box. No, that's not very specific.

    This came from a pro studio which kept their stock frozen but I have no idea how good it is going to be.

    40$ shipped in the US

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    I'll take them.

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    if for some freak of nature rawhead doesn't want them, i'll take em. Darn...
    www.EASmithV.com

    "The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."— Dorothea Lange
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    RIP Kodachrome

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    Freak of nature already happened last week (earthquake in Boston). I've taken them

    Now, all I need to do is get me an 8x10 camera!

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    if anyone also have for sale please let me know....

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    I was too late!

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    How about a antique wooden Kodak 2D or a Burke and James or maybe a Calumet 8x10 studio camera?



 

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