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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Croubie View Post
    I got a pack of 20 Astia Quickloads (expired, but allegedly freezer-stored by previous owner) last year (for only $8 plus $42 postage).
    I have five 20 sheet boxes in the freezer. I bought them when I heard Astia had been discontinued. Yeah, I know, load 'em up and use them. I want to visit the desert during the spring bloom. E100G in 8x10, Astia in 4x5, yeah, I'd be set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianentz View Post
    Yes, astia is the film I'm saddest about losing. And TMaxx 3200. Other than that I really wasn't interested in the emulsions we've recently lost. Sad to see Kodachrome go, even though I wasnt shooting it anymore. I do love provia though.
    Try Delta 3200. I started using it in 120 and stayed with TMZ in 35mm but I'm starting to think I like Delta even better. AND it's available in 120!

    No argument about Astia though - my favorite slide film of all time, followed by Provia 400X which is just amazing for the speed.

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    I just got 20 more rolls of Astia film, in 220 size no less! Counting those as two I now have 45 rolls of Astia cooling in the fridge now.

    I also found another source of Astia here in China...possibly another 20 rolls or so. I might as well buy it and shoot it now, for there is no later for this film.

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    I miss EB and EBX more. The EB had a very neutral color balance, high sharpness and very fine grain.

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    There's 472 rolls of EBX left at the business I work for, 188 of them at the shop I work at.

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