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    For me I would want the brick as a brick...I have a small analog photo store, so it would be perfect for a display. If you need to split it up, I understand.
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    FT: OLD 120 for your OLD 120/620 film *also open to donations* for special project

    Quote Originally Posted by bushpig View Post
    Hey, Dan.

    If you're interested, I have a couple rolls I could part with if you still have any of the Agfa left.

    I have two rolls of Kodak Ektachrome 50 Tungsten and one roll of Kodacolor 400.

    The Kodacolor expired in 1/1981 and the Ektachrome in 02/1984.

    That's the only old stuff I have that's in individual boxes that I'm also willing to get rid of.

    I have some Provia that expired in 2002, but I imagine you can easily find that anywhere on your own.

    If you're not too picky, I can hook you up with empty boxes/spools/backing paper for some old (80s) Ilford Pan F, but I use the film often and it would take something very special to get me to part with any of the actual film (I only have about 2 bricks left).

    Also, I may be in LA in a couple days, so I MAY be able to meet and trade in person to avoid shipping for both of us.
    Doesn't the old pan f have really bad latent image failure? Do the rolls even come out anymore?

    I agree it's hard to trade off film like that that is unused.

    Would you take any nitrate film?


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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Doesn't the old pan f have really bad latent image failure? Do the rolls even come out anymore?

    I agree it's hard to trade off film like that that is unused.

    Would you take any nitrate film?
    The film actually does pretty well. I bought it frozen from a pro studio. I just checked and the two bricks I have left expired in 1985 and 1986.

    This photo was taken on the Ilford and I have better. Taken with an RB67 and 90mm Sekor C. Back was a Graflex RH-12.

    Anyways, I'm not sure how much I'd be down for a trade. The Ilford I have is very reliable. I'm not sure how confident I'd be shooting on Nitrate film. Send me a PM if you wanna discuss it more.
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