Originally Posted by Ektagraphic
100 is no longer on the website. http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQueri...S&pq-path=1094 I am guessing that since Ektar 100 has come to us they didn't feel the need to have two 100 speed films?
IF that's the case I may be buying some remaining stock off B&H...
I need to buy some very soon too.
Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time
Somebody is making $10.90 extra...
It's not me, that's for sure!
I went to the supermarket today. The Kodak gold was spread around trying to "fill in" the film area. It looked like they were not planning to refill it. It was a pretty big chain. Stop and Shop in MA.
Most of the time the film I see in supermarkets has a thick coating of dust above it.
Ha HA. I bought a 4 pack today (Gold 200) in CVS and it had about 1/8 inch of dust on it! Shot a few rolls walking around Boston.
just stocked up myself too on Gold 200(my favorite of the 3, rating it @ 125). The two remaining cases from my local wal-mart(they're only carrying fuji films now). Got em for 10% over cost after talking with the store manager .
I always liked Gold 200. I had a huge (1x0.6 m^2) poster of a mountain scene on my wall for four years, it looked great.
Superia always seemed a bit to cool/cold and overdoing the greens to me.
Kodak Gold is hard to find now here in Holland. Not that I look very hard but I never see it in the shops or in the online catalogues. It used to be everywhere.
Never been a big user of Gold, but I might give it a go, now that I have 3 cameras to play with.
I can't seem to find Gold 400…
Went to a photo lab today. A cheap one, admittedly, just to have a look around. All Superia. Okay, it was a Fuji minilab…
Daniel, how many rolls in a case?