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    Provia 35mm 100 foot bulk rolls available...

    just found these on amazon. expired but not by much.

    no affiliation, just wanted to let you know as its very hard to find rolls of slide film

    http://www.amazon.com/Fujifilm-Fujic...+35mm+100+feet

    john

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    Just received my roll yesterday, all is fine !

    thanks you very much for this pointer, John.

    Best regards,

    Raphael

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    Just ordered some. Thanks for the tip.

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    shot 3 rolls and developed them today. look great. forget the agfa 200, this stuff blows it away for not that much more. i shot a roll of each side by side and the provia smokes it (and i like/liked the agfa)

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    Destroya, where do you get the Agfa?

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    A hundred dollars?! I remember when a hundred feet of film was $17, and I thought it was high then. Is this what 35mm film is going for these days? Good Lord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    A hundred dollars?! I remember when a hundred feet of film was $17, and I thought it was high then. Is this what 35mm film is going for these days? Good Lord.
    Yep, and I can remember when gas was 25 cents a gallon. I can remember 100 sheets of Ilford 8 x 10 sw graded paper for $10, and then the Hunt brothers tried to corner the market on silver. Prices went up; when they failed paper prices didn't come down. Hmmmm..... The marvels of the free market at work, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    A hundred dollars?! I remember when a hundred feet of film was $17, and I thought it was high then. Is this what 35mm film is going for these days? Good Lord.
    The Agfa film would be 68$ resp 74$ for 100'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    A hundred dollars?! I remember when a hundred feet of film was $17, and I thought it was high then. Is this what 35mm film is going for these days? Good Lord.
    and what was your salary back then? ...

    If I was into slide film, I'd pick it up for that price for sure.

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    I know B/W film can keep a long time in the freezer, with the possible issue of increase in base fog, but what about color slide film? If I bought a roll of this slide film and froze it, how long would I have before it was affected by aging (or radon or intergalactic particles)?

    As for price, you can usually get, what, 28 to 30 36-exp rolls from 100 feet? That puts the price at <$3.50/roll, not too bad. I surely couldn't make by own slide film for that price!

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