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    Two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36 and two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36

    I just was given two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36 and two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36, not in plastic "cans". Will sell for $10 US donated to APUG. US only. Outside the US will have to pay for postage too.

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    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

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    For nostalgia display, maybe. They can no longer be developed, right?

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    Yes if
    1) You have a time machine or
    2) You develop them as black & white

    That is why it is up for an APUG donation. Free shipping in US.

    For what it is worth, these have been in refrigerators or freezers since originally purchased.

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    is that 4 rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36?

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    Not:
    I just was given two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36 and two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36

    Correction:
    I just was given two rolls of Kodachrome 64 135-36 and two rolls of Kodachrome 200 135-36

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    I guess that I should have added "rare", "hard to get", and "minty".

    No takers yet. I don't know, last year people were dying to get Kodachrome. Go figure.

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    maybe you missed the month of december but kodachrome processing is no longer available ANYWHERE in the world as far as were concerned, so that demand took a steep dive in the final days of december.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kauffman v36 View Post
    maybe you missed the month of december but kodachrome processing is no longer available ANYWHERE in the world as far as were concerned, so that demand took a steep dive in the final days of december.
    I did not miss that, but their are still die hard Kodachrome users out there. I am shipping for free in the US, the only cost is a donation to APUG.
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    You mean just to own a roll you can shoot but never get developed? Seems cool i guess, but i would think alot of people wouldnt go for it

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