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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    At a place such as B&H, Kodak Gold is very affortable and I would recommend trying that. A roll is only a dollar or two...It's worth it.
    Hear, hear. Kodak Gold is really good stuff. Wish I could find it easier locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darinwc View Post
    No luck at Walgreens.. $3.99 for generic brand and $5.99+for kodak!
    At those prices, its not worth it for anyone anymore.
    Sad.

    Mail order is going to be the only option soon.
    That's crazy! How many rolls do you get for that price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern-Lights View Post
    That's crazy! How many rolls do you get for that price?
    In my case, none.:rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post
    Hear, hear. Kodak Gold is really good stuff. Wish I could find it easier locally.
    I am guessing you don't have any CVS/Pharmacy....B&H has great deals on it. I would REALLY like to see Gold in 120 again!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern-Lights View Post
    That's crazy! How many rolls do you get for that price?
    At pharmacies, a single roll of Kodak Gold is always outragous. You can get a 4 pack for $12 at a few pharmacies...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    I am guessing you don't have any CVS/Pharmacy....B&H has great deals on it. I would REALLY like to see Gold in 120 again!!
    I've got two CVS's nearby. I haven't seen it there. Just CVS brand and Fuji.

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    Really? As far as I knew, CVS had a Kodak agreement....over here on the east coast, CVS sells only Kodak products except for their CVS brand film. Interesting.
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    They have the Kodak processing and all that. They say all their operators are "Kodak Certified". Too bad they still don't know anything.:rolleyes:
    I'm going to ask about it next time I'm in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post
    They have the Kodak processing and all that. They say all their operators are "Kodak Certified". Too bad they still don't know anything.:rolleyes:
    My local CVS employees ("certified" or not I can't say) once ran a roll of conventional B&W film (HP5+, IIRC) through their C-41 minilab, then had the gall to claim the resulting blank strip of film meant there was something wrong with my camera. That incident helped spur me to build my own darkroom.

    OTOH, this same CVS also has both Tri-X and BW400CN on its shelves, so they at least get points for stocking B&W film, even if not in great variety.

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