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    My usual favorite B&W 35mm film is Ilford FP4+.

    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

    Ralph Barker
    Rio Rancho, NM

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    Tri X & D76, Ektachrome, Ektacolor.

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    Velvia (the real ISO 50 version)
    Tech-Pan
    PanF+
    Delta 400
    Sensia.
    Pro Elite Col 400
    Scala.

    David.

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    HP 5 and Velvia

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    Black and white: HP5, Pan F+, Delta 100 and Tri-X
    Colour neg: Fuji Superia 400, Fuji Reala, Kodak High Definition and Agfa Ultra 100.
    Slides: Fuji Sensia 100

    That's it...otherwise what is on sale (colour neg films are often dirt cheap in the supermarkets in Denmark)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Webb
    Tri X & D76, Ektachrome, Ektacolor.
    Ektacolor??

    Charles - is there still film available that is labelled as Ektacolor?

    Just curious.

    Matt

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    I have about 100 rolls in 120 size, so yup still ektacolor around...

    LOL

    Dave

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    B&W: Tri-X, Lucky SHD 400
    Color Neg.: Kodak Ultra Color 400
    Slide: Kodachrome ISO 64, Ektachrome E100g
    Film for Experiments: Ilford XP2 (chromogenic B&W), Lucky SHD 400

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    B&W: Delta 100, APX 100 (sigh)
    Color: 400UC, 160NC, Provia

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    HP5+ & FP4+ in bulk rolls.
    Fuji Neopan 400
    Fuji Reala
    I still have about 30 rolls of Konica Pan 100 36 frame rolls. It's really a beautiful grainy traditional B&W neg film. I bought 200 rolls for $100.00 of a dealer some years ago, one of my really better moves in photography.

    I forgot, I also have two bulk rolls of APX100 awaiting a spare bulk film loader.

    Mick.
    Last edited by Mick Fagan; 10-22-2005 at 08:50 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: Forgot the APX

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