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    Here is an ebay auction for some of it in 35mm if anyone is interested...

    http://cgi.ebay.com/10-Rolls-Agfachr...QQcmdZViewItem
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    Oh hey! I just noticed it was local. The guy that runs that place is pretty cool. I'm not pushing his auction or anything, just letting you know he's a good egg.
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    Sshhhh. Dont tell anyone- Im bidding on it. :P

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    oopppsss...sorry! Hope you get it.
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    AGFA RSX 50 Film Sale

    I own a lab based in Sydney Australia, I have 140 rolls of this AGFA RSX 50l in 120 format in deep freeze and another 10 rolls of 35mm. I sell the 120 film for 12.00 a roll and the 35mm film for 14.00 a roll. All of it is dated 12/2003 and is from batch #6437

    Additionally I also sell RSX 100, RS 1000 but I do not stock RSX 200


    I am happy to sell internationally.

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    amendment

    Sorry i should have stated the batch for the 120 was as above hoever the 35mm was dated 07/2003 and has a batch number of #1379

    ~Steve
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    Also, this stuff is great to cross process.
    You get vivid, saturated colour & increased contrast.
    That goes for all the Agfa slide films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjaded View Post
    I was just looking at some older 120 slides of mine and a few particular ones really jumped out at me, they all had one thing in common. They were all Agfa RSX II iso 50. That, to me, is one phenominal looking slide film! I wish I had bought up more when I had the chance. Anyone else like (or dislike) this film?
    Love this film have 19 120 rolls in the freezer, wish I had bought more.
    I would keep an eye on the German Ebay site there has been quite a bit of in date Agfa colour film popping up from reptuatble sources. They take pay pal and post WW and the postage is not to bad to the UK anyway.
    There is some RSX II 100 on there now.
    I got 200 sheets of 6.5X9 Apx 100, that will keep my plate cameras going for a while.

    Charlie

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    I shot a lot of it -- one of my books, Battlefields of the [American] Civil War was, as far as I recall, shot mostly with this -- but my all-time favourite slide film, bar none, including Kodachrome (there's heresy!) was Fuji RF/RFP ISO 50. This is why I always hated Velvia: RF/RFP was knocked on the head when Velvia came out.

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    I believe Courtney Milne has a preference for RSX film. Most of his work until recently was on RSX although I am not sure if he is still using it. If you haven't seen any of his books (see Emily Carr Country) you should try to find one. There are images in his website galleries but there is no indication of which are shot with RSX. Courtney Milne's Website

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