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    Quote Originally Posted by M.A.Longmore View Post
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    Hi Michael, Hows About $ixty ???

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    Nah, not to be processed as B&W. If you were seriously trying to learn hand processing into slides, no small feat mind you, then we can talk.

    I also doubt I would pay $50 for the brick. I did buy it after it was no longer processed, but while 135 was still going strong, for a display. I think I paid $15 or so for it, but I stuck it in my freezer rather than on a shelf for emotional rather than rational reasons.

    I did think seriously about carefully picking the cellophane open and extracting the film for a guy to slit into 16mm while Dwayne's was still processing just to keep it from going totally to waste. I figured I could seal the boxes back up with something in them so it made a convincing display.

    But then my rational thought processing fell apart again, and I kept it intact.

    As I said, I certainly wouldn't buy it for $50 if I didn't have one, but I wouldn't sell it for $50 either.
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    I didn't know that the world was ending today.
    I wouldn't have bought this F^(@!#& Film ...

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    120 mm Kodachrome wouldn't fit my camera, it only takes 120 film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M.A.Longmore View Post
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    I didn't know that the world was ending today.
    I wouldn't have bought this F^(@!#& Film ...

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    Well, if you're the one who bid on it, and you're going to be getting it, I suggest you stick in your freezer until we determine a few things. Or the world ends, whichever comes first.

    It is a waste to process it as B&W unless it has valuable images on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbsc View Post
    Well, if you're the one who bid on it, and you're going to be getting it, I suggest you stick in your freezer until we determine a few things. Or the world ends, whichever comes first.

    It is a waste to process it as B&W unless it has valuable images on it.
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    Hi Michael,

    For $49.00, I couldn't resist.

    And I guess I'm being optimistic, that the world has a few years left.
    And maybe someone will develop an alternative color process eventually.

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    Yeah, although I didn\\\\\\\'t pay that much I bought my brick after it couldn\\\'t be processed either. emotion requires no logical justification.







    It can be processed by hand, although it certainly not easy. Chemicals are the stickler.







    Sales figures seemed to indicate that there see oddels and gobs of it left out there unprocessed, and I thought it would start getting dumped. That would provide material to experiment with. But so far it hasn\\\\\\\'t appeared on the market. At least not in the quantities I expected. I thought experimenters would be able to find a hundred rolls for 20 cents each.
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    120 Kodachrome is about as much use as an ash tray on a motor bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    120 Kodachrome is about as much use as an ash tray on a motor bike.
    I've seen several bikies smoking recently

    Come to think of it, I've smoked a fag on a bike...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    I've seen several bikies smoking recently

    Come to think of it, I've smoked a fag on a bike...
    Or as much use as a one legged man in an arse kicking contest.
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    Or as much use as a one legged man in an arse kicking contest.
    Ni!

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