I have 4 35mm 36 exp. rolls left.
Looks like I'm down to about 208,800 feet of 35mm Ektachrome.
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no where near what Jim has
Jim, what are you going to do with all of that Ektachrome? Is there a 35mm roll film back for 8x10s?
Glazer's got in some more 8x10 E100G, so I have 50 sheets (8x10) of Ektachrome. They're out now. They still have roll film, though.
None, I've not used any apart from the short lived Ektachrome P1600 since the 1970's. I've been suding Fujichrome since the E3/4 days great colours.
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None, heck the last time I used slide film was 1979.....
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Originally Posted by Brian C. Miller
Jim, what are you going to do with all of that Ektachrome?
Not actually mine, Unc. Sams. I could tell you, but then.........y'kno the rest.
hundreds and hundreds of sheets and no time to shoot it.
I know what I want but I just don't know how to go about gettin' it.-Hendrix
about 30 rolls. my favorite film. hard to scan but fabulous on the screen.
Two rolls of 160T, a mess of E200 in 120, and a few rolls of 'this and that'.
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