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Last year I bought lots of Efke films from Hamer Photo. Its located in an apartment (6th or 8th floor) building next to Bosko Buha theater (I think).
That was last year, so I cant be sure if they still exist or if they are still there. I should have their phone number somewhere.
Hey there Tim.
Maybe you can join our Balkan group and start making photographic friends in the area.
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I also made the 'step back' from digital to film and it has been the best move I have ever made! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. Theres a ton of information on here but if you get stuck just ask.
Welcome to APUG.
Thanks for the welcome.
Matis, thanks for the info - I'll see if I can find it.
Ari - Already joined!
Good to see so many RB / RZ users around - all the more people to answer some of the daft questions that I'm sure to have as I learn.
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Originally Posted by timing
I found the card they gave me. This should help. They didn't speak English though.
That's great thanks. I even know where Trg Republika is - which is always a good start.
Originally Posted by manfromh
Hvala and Thanks for the other comments too.
Well, just a quick update on Hammer - Foto or CentroFoto-Hammer if you're looking for it these days.
I eventually found it after a fair bit of looking around the square and it was the most surprising place - not much more than a very very small office from what I could see.
I bought a developer tank, couple rolls of Efke R100 roll film, developer and fixer all ready to start developing my own films (once I've bought a few more bits and pieces).
There was a young women that spoke a little English and we managed to get through. TBH it was all very quaint and actually very pleasant. They did give me a long price list and so, at first glance, they can supply a wide range of film / paper d&P chemicals etc.
I'll be asking for more advice on the combination of the film and developer they've supplied me - unfortunately this is where very simple english isn't really up to the task.
Thanks for he contact details.