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    Where to buy Film?

    Hey all.
    I know its been a while since I posted here.. But I do lurk and read posts a bit..

    Anyway.. I couldn't take it anymore and found a good deal I couldn't pass up.
    So i just purchased a RB67 proS with 3 lenses and 3 backs.

    Now I am searching online to get film.. And not having much luck.

    Any tips on where to get some film and also any advise on a good lab that will do the processing and scans too.? (For a reasonable price)

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    Yodobashi has film.
    B H Photo Video has some too
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    Thanks Bob. I never even thought about searching B&H. And they have everything I need there...
    Yodobashi I could only find 35mm film.

    Now for processing with decent scans...
    Has anyone ever used North Coast or Old School Photo lab?

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    I think Calumet Photo still sells film.

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    I use Dwayne's, but I do my own scans. I have not used their scanning service. I have also used Richard's. I have heard that their scans are good.

    I buy my film from B&H, Amazon, and Freestyle ( Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Traditional Black & White Film, Paper, Chemicals, Holgas and ULF )
    Freestyle has a great selection of photographic goods.

    I'm looking forward to your posts.

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    Freestyle sometimes have great promotions. Click on "Hot Deals".

    There's of course also that great, big auction site. Loads of film there.

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    For people in the UK, I now buy all my 120 film off of ebay. There are many competitive sellers and all the film I have purchased has been delivered quickly and is long dated. This is for any UK subscribers reading this thread.

    LouisB

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    I buy all my film from these people. First class service and good prices.

    eBay My World - films-festival

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    I buy all my film from these people. First class service and good prices.

    eBay My World - films-festival
    Interesting to hear, since I've been considering them myself. I wonder where they get their films though. Much of what they sell isn't available in Thailand.

    The Kodak ColorPlus is available for as little as $2.00 in Cambodia btw.

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    Freestyle does it for me, even with shipping to Canada. It would help if we knew where you are based, Homey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homey View Post
    Thanks Bob. I never even thought about searching B&H. And they have everything I need there...
    Yodobashi I could only find 35mm film.
    Plenty of 120 to be had in Japan - look under "Brownie film" (ブローニーフィルム) on yodobashi.com or biccamera.com.

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    unique photo

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    Re: Where to buy Film?

    Quote Originally Posted by Homey View Post
    Hey all.
    I know its been a while since I posted here.. But I do lurk and read posts a bit..

    Anyway.. I couldn't take it anymore and found a good deal I couldn't pass up.
    So i just purchased a RB67 proS with 3 lenses and 3 backs.

    Now I am searching online to get film.. And not having much luck.

    Any tips on where to get some film and also any advise on a good lab that will do the processing and scans too.? (For a reasonable price)
    You have found B&H and they are a very good source. There is also Freestyle in Los Angeles: Freestyle Photographic Supplies - Traditional Black & White Film, Paper, Chemicals, Holgas and ULF

    To develop and scan there are a few local labs here in Seattle. Happy to give you some names if you think it would help, just not sure where you are located.

    One of the sponsers of the Range Finder Forum offers discounted rates for members of that site as well as GetDPI. Information found here: Ultra High Resolution Scans - Precision Camera & Video

    Congratulations on the purchase of the camera.

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