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    There are a few 4x5 shooters coming in, but not as many as I would like. I love sheet film! Where are all the 4x5 shooters in SF???
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    Well, here on the East Bay I picked up a couple of boxes of 4X5 Ektar. They had quite a stack on hand, and I didn't want to spend too much because I've already purchased quite a few boxes of
    8X10 this month. But then I thought I should probably put some extra 4x5 in the freezer, so went
    back a couple days later and it was all sold out. That seems typical. Maybe you're just on the wrong
    side of the Bay!

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    Time to buy some Portra now for my new Crown Graphic . Let's save Kodak.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    that's quite a list, isn't it just about every film they make?
    I wish I had the spare cash right now.
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    ...more than 1000 Tri-X's in 135, around 400 in 120 in the fridge. 200 of 120 and 10 boxes of 4x5 on it's way from macodirect.de...I think that's enough till end of my days... zeroes and ones will never say me "GOTCHA" ...at least in photography :-)
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    I'm really surprised that 5x7 320TXP remains a stock item. By all reports it sell much less than the 8x10 did, which was discontinued. Perhaps Kodak is just waiting until its supply of 5x7 boxes runs out.

    In any case, my freezer has all the 5x7 320TXP it can hold now while still being usable for food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal Santamaura View Post
    Perhaps Kodak is just waiting until its supply of 5x7 boxes runs out.
    That's my guess.

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    On Monday of this week, I put 20 rolls of Tri-x 120 in my BH Photo cart. I went back today to buy it and the price had jumped from $3.75 a roll to $4.99 a roll! Sounds like way more than 5 or 10 percent to me! I'm really bummed by this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Vitessa View Post
    On Monday of this week, I put 20 rolls of Tri-x 120 in my BH Photo cart. I went back today to buy it and the price had jumped from $3.75 a roll to $4.99 a roll! Sounds like way more than 5 or 10 percent to me! I'm really bummed by this.

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