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    WTB: 120 Film

    Black and white, color, negatives, slides, short-dated, in-service... as long as it's been cold stored, let me know.

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    is this cold enough?



    Found I had to upload the image; hope it sticks here. Not sure why it's upside down! I no longer shoot film, and it's all about 18 months old. Happy to send it to you, if you want.

    cheers, Kit

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    Does it have to be 120? I have a bunch of 220 Fuji NPC 160 (something like 50 rolls) that expired in '02. It's been cold stored since I've had it and the guy I bought it off insisted the same. I haven't shot it in a few years, but colors seemed to be on the last time I did:
    http://www.flickr.com/search/[email protected]&q=npc160

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    I have:

    13 rolls of Ilford XP2 120 Format
    5 rolls of Fuji Pro 800Z 120 Format
    4 rolls of Fuji Pro 160C 120 Format
    1 Roll Fuji Reala 120 Format
    1 Roll Kodak Porta 800

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    Quote Originally Posted by kit laughlin View Post
    is this cold enough?



    Found I had to upload the image; hope it sticks here. Not sure why it's upside down! I no longer shoot film, and it's all about 18 months old. Happy to send it to you, if you want.

    cheers, Kit
    Very funny! Thanks, Kit, but not interested in 35mm.

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    220 Film is welcome too!

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    Re: WTB: 120 Film

    Bumping this - at this time, 35mm, 120, and 220 film is welcome - expired is okay, as long as it's not prior to 2006-2007 or so.
    Last edited by corposant; 10th February 2012 at 19:26.

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