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    400tx, 1600pr, 400pr, 400nc, 160nc.. I basically grab whatever is around and use it in 3-4 different bodies at various times. Film is life.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Yesterday I loaded my last roll of Fuji Press 1600 into the camera set to 6400 and headed north to a coal mine tour.

    With the prices being asked on that auction site though, I think it will be my last roll for a bit too. Judging from the prices, Fuji must have discontinued manufacture of it.

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    Kodak Porta 400 135 in the Widelux
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Fujicolor Pro 160S in my Nikon F3HP. Film processed and printed with a photo CD by Photographic Works in Tucson (for $15.00!). I'm very pleased with the results, my Nikon F3HP, purchased in 1983, has never been CLA'd and it still performs magnificently. I purchased a couple of new Kodak films for the future - Kodak Ektar 100, and Kodak Portra 160.

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    Last night I shot some dusk pano's with my Kodak Six-16 loaded up with Delta 400. Planning on trying out the Caffinol-C (Delta-STD mix).
    Discovered that at my local Walgreens, no less than 15 people had actual 35mm color film being developed, and people were ACTUALLY BUYING FILM?!@ I almost shed a tear, it was a beautiful moment - until I got that unknown roll of 35mm Fujicolor 100 back and said to my self: "when did I EVER take shots like these? Was I drunk?" It is entirely possible.

    Now, off to scowre the local markets for cheap awesomeness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCee View Post
    Fujicolor Pro 160S in my Nikon F3HP. Film processed and printed with a photo CD by Photographic Works in Tucson (for $15.00!). I'm very pleased with the results, my Nikon F3HP, purchased in 1983, has never been CLA'd and it still performs magnificently. I purchased a couple of new Kodak films for the future - Kodak Ektar 100, and Kodak Portra 160.

    Jim
    $15 for a roll of film to be developed? That is a stiff price. Ouch! Is that what it costs these days in the real world? I live in China where costs are much lower. i pay about $5 per roll with scans. Maybe you had prints made? I hope so. $15 is too much! I dont know how much film I would shoot at 3X's the price.

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    $16 for 120 at a decent lab (including scans), $15 for prints and scans 35mm at local lab. I just paid these prices yesterday. . . - At least black and white doesn't cost that.
    - J. Richard
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    I just shot a roll of 127 Portra 160nc in my Kodak Brownie Starmatic.

    Have to order some C-41 chems since Freestyle was closed today. (should have looked up their hours online before heading out)
    - Bill Lynch

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    $15 for a roll of film to be developed? That is a stiff price. Ouch! Is that what it costs these days in the real world? I live in China where costs are much lower. i pay about $5 per roll with scans. Maybe you had prints made? I hope so. $15 is too much! I dont know how much film I would shoot at 3X's the price.
    Well, I guess prices are lower in China. They did include prints of all 36 shots, and the quality was absolutely first class!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimCee View Post
    Well, I guess prices are lower in China. They did include prints of all 36 shots, and the quality was absolutely first class!

    OK, that seems a much better price then. I dont get prints for my $5 developing. I wish I did but the service only offers develop and scan.



 

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