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    120 Film Cannisters?

    J&C used to sell plastic film cannisters for 120. I'd like to get a bunch more of these, but can't seem to find them anywhere. Does anyone know a resource?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn Rahman View Post
    J&C used to sell plastic film cannisters for 120. I'd like to get a bunch more of these, but can't seem to find them anywhere. Does anyone know a resource?
    I don't know about the J&C containers, but you could try buying some Adox 120 film --comes in cannisters-- or, a bit higher priced, some Rollei R3 120 in cannister.

    And... I believe there have been some more threads on 120 cannisters in the past. Try looking for and through those.

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    M&M containers work perfect. And you get to eat all the M&M's first.

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    Thanks! However, I'd like to get around 200 of them, so perhaps the M&M thing is a last resort!!

    I'll check the past threads.

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    Freestyle sells them at $1.49 each.
    They are made by Cachet/Maco

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwdake View Post
    Freestyle sells them at $1.49 each.
    They are made by Cachet/Maco
    What does Freestyle call them, so that I can find them on the website?
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    Porters has them for 3 for $3.99 they call them Pro-Stor 120 film tube.

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    I think Fuji has the NPZ 800 speed film in the little black canisters. I don't know if they are offering types of film in the same package. They are watertight, and store good. They probably would have been a good idea years ago, but I hadn't heard of them before now.

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    The ones that Porters have look nice, I might have to grab a few of those.

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