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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Images View Post
    Pricing is comparable between B&H and Badger on LF film. Not sure about the app though....
    yea actually, acros100 in 4x5 is CHEAPER!!

    If i don't get any for christmas, I know what I'm buying and where, thanks for introducing me!

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    Seems my making a fuss with the buyer at B&H payed off, they now have Velvia100 in stock!

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    What's more is the fact that (Fuji) slide film is cheaper than Kodak print film in 4x5.

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    Why is there so much velvia100f in sheets?

    Quote Originally Posted by miha View Post
    What's more is the fact that (Fuji) slide film is cheaper than Kodak print film in 4x5.
    Yup and lab processing at Praus is cheaper for E-6 sheet than C-41 sheet too

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    Which I don't like at all as I'm about to start shooting Portra in 4x5

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    Quote Originally Posted by miha View Post
    Which I don't like at all as I'm about to start shooting Portra in 4x5
    Well stop! Eww get away from that terrible stuff and come back to the transparent side, don't be so negative!

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    I'm positively transparent in 35mm but prefer some mistery in my portraits

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    Quote Originally Posted by miha View Post
    I'm positively transparent in 35mm but prefer some mistery in my portraits
    I can't find anything colorful that I like in portraits, so it's all grey for me there

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