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    Quote Originally Posted by wogster View Post
    The concern here for a lot of people is that you can only buy C41 chemicals in very large quantities and they go off very quickly. How do you get 5 gallons of C41 developer to last the 3-4 years it would take to use it up.
    That Is why I only buy press kits.
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    I use to work for Walgreens and I know their brand of film NOW is Fuji and it is pretty good. They still process film at their stores AND you can have them scanned and put on a CD at the same time.

    Regarding Ektar 100......you might check out the September 2009 issue of Shutterbug. It has the tests for the 35mm and the 120 size films. From what I gather, the 35mm is not as forgiving as the 120 film. Plus, Kodak suggests that the film be stored below 55°F. I'm looking forward to trying it out though.

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