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    AGFA APX 100 35mm 100' Bulk Roll

    This is one 35mm bulk roll of expired Agfa APX100. Expiration date: 7/2010. Always cold-stored.

    $70 shipped in the continental US.

    US buyers only. Paypal only.
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    I sold two here at that price previously, but I'm open to offers.

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    AGFA APX 100 35mm 100' Bulk Roll

    Quote Originally Posted by shutterboy View Post
    Is it not on a bit of a *cough* higher side?
    No commenting on price, it's in the guidelines (I've learned). Also isn't this no longer made? So falls under "antique" so.. Any price goes!
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    Seems about what they go for on the 'bay once you include shipping, I'd call it a fair price, not outrageous by any means.
    I just saw some 4x5s go for $2.50 a sheet, and 120 rolls go for the same price as new Velvia too.
    So it may be nearly double FP4 in either format, but APX just seems to command higher prices for whatever reason (and, having 3 boxes of 4x5, some in 120, and a bulk roll or two in 35mm, I'd be interested if I didn't already have more than I need).
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    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shutterboy View Post
    Is it not on a bit of a *cough* higher side?
    No it is like last batch of HIE or Plusx. The stuff in shops now is rebadged - something else.

    It is nice film at 100 ISO in Rodinal.

    If it was on eBay... so you could buy and BIN at 100USD.

    Or keep the plastic tub for later sale...

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    Stone, According to wikipedia, it is customary to use "antique" for things over 100 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Harrison View Post
    Stone, According to wikipedia, it is customary to use "antique" for things over 100 years old.
    HA. Yeah, but you should see the Craiglist ads for film cameras. I saw one today that listed a Minolta STi (or something) as an antique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Harrison View Post
    Stone, According to wikipedia, it is customary to use "antique" for things over 100 years old.
    Well I didn't want to say "rare" lol
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