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    Free E6 chemistry near Morrisville, NC

    I have a ton of E6 (color slide) chemistry I bought from a photo shop that went out of business. It is Fuji Hunt chemistry intended for use in a minilab processor, but there is no reason it couldn't be used in a regular Paterson tank or Jobo processor.

    As seen here:
    http://www.fujihuntusa.com/html/pro_e6.asp

    I have one box of each bath, in unopened bottles (in original boxes.) However, some of the "starter" bottles are opened. It is possible you would need to buy starter if the opened stuff is no good anymore. Starters are relatively inexpensive ($7) at B&H Photo.

    The capacity of all this is certainly dozens and probably hundreds of rolls of film, but you could break it up into smaller bottles and use it slowly or share with friends.

    I'm not using it, so it is free if you will pick it up. It would save me a trip to the hazardous waste disposal site.

    PM if interested.

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    Michael Batchelor
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