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    Kodak Double-x (5222) in 400' cans

    Since I've been ordering Double-X from Kodak for my Rapakpan sales, I've noticed a significant problem with availability of even 400' loads of XX in many countries. In order to make this film available to as many people as possible, I've decided to offer direct sales of fresh 400 ft. loads of Kodak Double-X to the world. For those of you that are interested, each roll is $259 USD (EUR 200) shipped and insured to most of North and South America, Western Europe, Oceania, and Western Asia. Other areas have higher shipping rates, so contact me to confirm your rate.
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    Hi,
    I don't know this film yet. Is it a motion picture film originally?
    I found this info on Kodak:
    http://motion.kodak.com/motion/Produ...Films/5222.htm
    and also this website:
    http://www.project-double-x.org/. Looks interesting.

    What size is this film? It seems there is 16 mm en 35 mm format?
    What is it used normally/best for and how to be developed?
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    Hello, is 35mm? And what it would cost to send him to Spain?
    thanks

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    Yes, this is originally motion-picture film. This exact emulsion was used in Schindler's List and the opening scene of Casino Royale. It is a traditional emulsion with a little more grain than most newer B&W films, especially for its ISO of 250. I like to use it for "grittier" subjects; places where the increased grain benefits the subject. You can develop it like any other B&W film; I use 10:00 in D-76 1:1, but the Massive Dev Chart has times for different developers.

    The pricing in my OP is for 35mm rolls, but if you are interested in 16mm versions, I will be able to provide them as well, for a good deal less than the 35mm price.
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    Bump. Anyone else interested?

    Also, Alfredo, I sent you a Private Message.
    Last edited by nickrapak; 05-22-2013 at 10:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    i love this film! up for you!
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    Looks like I'll be ordering on Tuesday. Anyone interested should PM me before then.
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    Hmm. Sounds like something I would like to try but I think 400' is a little too much for my bulk loader to handle. Although it looks like your only a few minutes away.

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    If anyone else is interested, shoot me a PM ASAP.
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    I would be interested in 100-200' but I assume you're not really interested in spooling which I fully understand.

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