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    Someone pinch me! Kodak actually promoted a slide film! That is really, really, really, awesome news! You go KODAK!!
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    That is great news! I hope they do this more often.

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    I know they gave out a lot when Ektar came out. If you called them, they sent you a free roll! I got some before it even hit the stores!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Someone pinch me! Kodak actually promoted a slide film! That is really, really, really, awesome news! You go KODAK!!
    Yay! There is still hope in the bright analog world.

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    Free Ektachrome not labeled as "Sample"

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    Well They were all labeled "SAMPLE NOT FOR RESALE" on the boxes...so if you find any there with that then you'll know.
    I got two free 135-36 Ektachromes, neither one labled as "Sample". When I arrived at about 1:00PM Thursday, the wait for the free film was less than 5 minutes. Later on that day, the wait was over fifteen minutes. The free film was a big draw.

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    I love the news about the film giveaway, especially since I'm a lifelong film user.. My wife is dragging me kicking and screaming towards digital. I really would like to know "What is the Impossible Project?"

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    The Impossible Project is an attempt in Europe to reverse engineer and produce Polaroid film.

    More info:

    http://www.the-impossible-project.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by photomem View Post
    The Impossible Project is an attempt in Europe to reverse engineer and produce Polaroid film.

    More info:

    http://www.the-impossible-project.com/
    And I believe they have a few Polaroid refugees in their camp to help things along. With Polaroid's recent announcement to produce MORE 600's, it looks like they even have the support of the big "P" as well.

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    It's great to hear Kodak promoting their film - the biggest problem in the UK though (and one of the reasons I started Ag Photographic) is people want to shoot film but can't actually find any to buy! The number of people who we get calling for something straightforward like Portra and saying "I cant find it anywhere".

    This is a major problem, because if people can't find something they will use an alternative, like digital - the number of phbotographers who say "I'd love to be shooting film.....but I cant get what I want". It is tragic. Hopefully we are going to turn this around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl K View Post
    I got two free 135-36 Ektachromes, neither one labled as "Sample". When I arrived at about 1:00PM Thursday, the wait for the free film was less than 5 minutes. Later on that day, the wait was over fifteen minutes. The free film was a big draw.
    Oh, well the rolls of Tmax I got had it, I just assumed the others did, my bad.

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