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    Cheap Fuji Pro800Z in the UK

    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Is there any 120 stuff like that cheap?

    I could have my nan buy it and post it out to me here in ozland.. thats fantastic..

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    Not at the moment. I have bought slightly out of date Velvia in 120 from them before. They currently have cheap Velvia in 35mm: http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/prod...ucts_id=107212

    Just visit the site regularly and put 'clearance' in the search box.


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    I wrote them and asked about shipping to the U.S. No response.

    Wanna do something cool?
    If you have a need for films that are here in the U.S. and since I have a need for Fuji 400CN which I can't get here, want to work out a mutually benefited trade program?
    Really dying to get some more of the 400CN (Not kodak)

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    Perkeleellinen, thank you, it does not seem that shipping to the U.S. is one of their options however I wrote and asked.

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    Ag Photographic might be able to help.. Failing that, I'm looking for ~100ml of TEA, but can't find anyone willing to supply me in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_c5x4 View Post
    Ag Photographic might be able to help.. Failing that, I'm looking for ~100ml of TEA, but can't find anyone willing to supply me in the UK.
    don't you blokes have that a few times a day over there ?

    couldn't help myself, my mums from North Devon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielStone View Post
    don't you blokes have that a few times a day over there ?
    No............... It's a few times every hour!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    No............... It's a few times every hour!


    Steve.
    Yes one of our politicians called Tony Benn drank up to 15 pints a day. It's a great long drink. I think I was on it at about 6 months old. In the days when we drank it on all occasions most of the map of the world was coloured empire pink and the sun never set on said empire.

    We were all called Carruthers, solved mysteries involving a dog belonging to the Baskervilles but we were "decent sorts" and wore pith helmets anywhere South of Dover

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