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    US$ 259... ? isn't that a little pricey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missi View Post
    US$ 259... ? isn't that a little pricey?
    Not when you include priority shipping, packing, and international postal insurance. This sale is not designed for people living in N. America, this is for people living where Kodak marks up the film cost 200% or more for direct sales. Since I'm ordering the film for resale, I'm not eligible for the educational discount, and since I don't live next door to a Kodak warehouse, I still have to pay for them to ship the film to me.




    It also seems that there is considerable interest in getting 100 ft. rolls of XX for bulk loaders. I don't have the necessary supplies to offer it now, but I will look into offering this in the near future. Keep your eye on the classifieds!
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    It is a great film. I bought two 36 films on one auction last year to test it - expensive stuff here in Europe.

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    If anyone else is interested, I'll be ordering film again soon. The price is still the same for worldwide shipping. If you're interested, send me a PM.
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    I can vouch for the OP I've bought his re-rolled 35mm and it was great, turned me onto it.



    Results may vary, I've pushed this slightly in Rodinal so it's even more contrasty and grainy than normal, but it's a really great film and I want more!


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    I can vouch for the OP I've bought his re-rolled 35mm and it was great, turned me onto it.
    Results may vary, I've pushed this slightly in Rodinal so it's even more contrasty and grainy than normal, but it's a really great film and I want more!
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    Hi Stone,
    There is a serial number and bar code visible in your print. Is this a code on the film itself? If so, it there a system for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheToadMen View Post
    Hi Stone,
    There is a serial number and bar code visible in your print. Is this a code on the film itself? If so, it there a system for it?
    This code exists on most 35mm film by Kodak usually in CN film.

    I don't know about the bar code but I'm sure it matches the 5222 designation.


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