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    Superia 400 is available in 120 in the UK.
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    Hi Steve,

    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    Superia 400 is available in 120 in the UK.
    and in Germany, too.
    All of our "usual suspects" ( = our film online distributors) offer it.

    Best regards,
    Henning

    P.S. Reala 120 is still available here, too (as long as stocks last).

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    Superia 400 seems to have reappeared recently in 120 after not seeing it for quite a few years. I thought I saw superia 100 somewhere recently but a quick check has drawn a blank. Reala is still in stock in a few places but supplies seem patchy.

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    Years back Superia 100 was also available in 120
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    Quote Originally Posted by AgX View Post
    The Rollei Crossbird is actually a twisted C-41 film, so the DIY-people might add this film to the negative film listing.
    I mixed up films!! too much birds around...

    The Crossbird is of course not a twisted C-41 film (that would be the Redbird), but a plain C-41 film (though maskless), just designated as E-6 to be processed that way.
    So, no DIY-abilities needed to use it as a C-41 film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    This summer is going to be the Summer of Reala for me.
    Why shoot it all at once? It's gone. If you can stockpile some at this point do so, and spread it out in the future. Freeze it. Shoot it slowly thereafter.
    Andre Noble, Beverly Hills California http://andrenoble.com/

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    Way to go. But still get some other film and stockpile it.
    Andre Noble, Beverly Hills California http://andrenoble.com/

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    I stockpiled enough 35mm Reala to last 3 summers if I lived in California or 30 summers here in the UK!
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    I don't really shoot much color, but reala was probably my favorite color neg film. I don't see it sold around here in the states anymore, and the eBay prices are jacked up.

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    In stock at freestyle and Amazon...

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