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    In case you should have access to short ends of aerial films and be willing to cut them down you could gain some interesting films.

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    Where do you get Velvia 100 in 5x7? I need it for my Big Bertha...

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    I mostly use velvia 100 in 5x7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Discpad View Post
    Where do you get Velvia 100 in 5x7? I need it for my Big Bertha...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Discpad View Post
    Where do you get Velvia 100 in 5x7? I need it for my Big Bertha...
    I have gotten it from megaperls webshop; they also have provia 100F and velvia 100F. And I think I got some 5x7 Kodak 64T stuff from b&h once.

    Of course, you can chop one 8x10 sheet down to two 5x7s if you're willing to cut off an extra inch, but I haven't needed to do that yet. But note that there are quite a few films, especially print films, that are available in 8x10 but not 5x7. I think B&H only has portra NC in 5x7, but they have fuji 160s in 8x10 and some other portras.

    Anyway Dirk at megaperls may entertain your requests for any Fuji stuff. I haven't checked Badger yet but I will.
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    Badger has 100F and Provia.

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    Hmm, how come Badger has no velvia 100? I and several others do prefer it to 100F.
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