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    are there any color films offered in bulk rolls?

    i see lots of B&W but can't find any color rolls. there is a big savings rolling your own B&W and wanted to try saving on some color. Am I just missing them?

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    Some Kodak cine films use the C-41 process. They are usually available in 400 ft rolls. No REM coating. Check their website.
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    I'm on my second 100' of this and it as been working great.

    http://www.ultrafineonline.com/kopo35x10pro.html
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    I think that Silverprint in London was selling bulk colour neg quite recently but how it got hold of it I have no idea. I have certainly not seen any other sales of bulk colour neg.

    It isn't clear to me why bulk rolls of colour neg have either disappeared or maybe were never sold as bulk B&W film has been.

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    Kodak, if you want some immediate business, please give us Portra 400 in bulk!!!
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    Portra 160 and Ektar, please.

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    I wouldn't mind seeing some Velvia and Provia in bulk rolls as well.

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    i've been buying b/w film at maco direct lately and noticed they have some bulk color i might try sometime
    http://www.macodirect.de/rollei-digi...5m-p-2122.html
    Last edited by timvo; 09-06-2012 at 03:06 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Rollei's Digi-Base is an interesting option but the clear base poses challenges for printing with an enlarger.

    The orange base common to normal C41 films is part of the color management system allowing more accurate color rendition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madgardener View Post
    I wouldn't mind seeing some Velvia and Provia in bulk rolls as well.
    Just for giggles I contacted Fuji to see if there is any way to get Provia in bulk. Hopefully I will get an answer soon.

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