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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Maybe Kodak had just made a coating before the announcement and it sold best in Japan so they sold the 120 there......
    Good point, Ektagraphic, I hadn't thought of that. I read that this situation with K64 was similar, with the last master roll probably coated in 2007 but only recently "sold out".

    (I've just bought some 35mm EPP from "films-festival" in Thailand, who sell on Ebay...fresh film delivered to UK in 5 days. No issues with X-rays, etc., on this or previous orders. They have a good selection, some less common films, worth a look.)

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    There are a few interesting films on Japan Exposures also such as Fujichrome Trebi, Fuicolor Industrial and Fujicolor Newpro 400.
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    I emailed and they said only by the 10 pack....I think I'll still buy one though.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Wow! That (EPR) used to be my favourite slide film a long time ago!
    Liked it much better than Kodachrome 64.

    Why don't you buy the pack and see if some fellow-APUGgers would like to get a roll or two also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    If you move the question to B&W it's probably Pan F, which pre-dates Plus-X & Tri-X although all have changed.

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    Ian,

    Do you use Pan F Plus? I was under the impression you are more a user of T-Max and the Delta films.

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    Tom, I'm a prolific user of Pan F, 2 rolls in 30 years and one of those is still unused in the drawer here in Turkey I shot more of it in the 70's.

    In the 80's/90's I used to use AP25 then APX25 in a 6x9 roll film back, until it was discontinued, because tonally it matched the Tmax or APX100 I used for 5x4. You're right now I use Delta films whenever possible, I've given up trying to find Tmax (outside the UK).

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    When ADOX reintroduce the APX type films would you consider switching?

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    Now if I could only find some EPN...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    When ADOX reintroduce the APX type films would you consider switching?

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    Possibly, I'm not keen on switching films and stuck with APX & Tmax from 1986 until when AGFA dropped sheet film sizes. Hower the market shake up has meant I now (since 2007) shoot Ilford and Foma, Foma because it's easier for me to buy here in Turkey and allows me to keep my Ilford stock for key project work.

    But as I've tested all the films I'm fairly confident I can get the results I want with most and I'll certainly try the ADOX version of APX100 when it's released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marylandphoto View Post
    Now if I could only find some EPN...
    Japan Exposures has EPN in 4x5 but not roll... I used to shoot 120 EPN like crazy.

    I may have to figure out if I can get some of the 120 EPR. I never thought I'd see that again!

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