Beep Beep. cheap color film alert.


raytoei

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Was in Konata to develop c-41 film, they are selling expired june 2010 film for $1.80 for 36 exposure Kodak Ultra Max 400..
 

raytoei

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when i started picking 10 rolls from the lay-long box, the uncle told me to leave it and he gave me a fresh unopened but expired box of 10....
 

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I did shoot some of that a few weeks back. Strong nice colors. I used it at iso 200 and sometimes even iso 100.



when i started picking 10 rolls from the lay-long box, the uncle told me to leave it and he gave me a fresh unopened but expired box of 10....
 

raytoei

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wow....i found iso 50 film, 152 meters for 30 usd. 152 meters = 500 ft (!). am asking how much to ship.

use this as "POLYPAN F 50 ASA B&W Film 90 meters can, 12-2014"
to search evilbay. there is 90 m and 152 meters.
 

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oceanpriest

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what bulk loader are you going to use? it's 300ft and 500ft.
 

raytoei

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wow...i just bought polypan 152 meters x 2 cans, total is 39x2 + 25 = 104 usd to ship to singapore.

152 meters x 2 = 500 feet x 2 = 18 rolls of 36 x 5 x 2= 180 rolls...

from what i trawled from the net: this is either (a) surveillance film (b) copy film (c) cine film

iso is between 50 or 100.

raytoei
ps. can't fit into a bulk roll, so it's going to be dark bag and film casettes.... (gulp)...
 

oceanpriest

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wow...i just bought polypan 152 meters x 2 cans, total is 39x2 + 25 = 104 usd to ship to singapore.

152 meters x 2 = 500 feet x 2 = 18 rolls of 36 x 5 x 2= 180 rolls...

from what i trawled from the net: this is either (a) surveillance film (b) copy film (c) cine film

iso is between 50 or 100.

raytoei
ps. can't fit into a bulk roll, so it's going to be dark bag and film casettes.... (gulp)...
:bigeyes: 1000 feet

time to get this one :bsmilie:
 

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Careful tho some movie films have no sprockets so our cameras cant use them
 

raytoei

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color movie film can't c-41 as there is ramjet which will pollute the shop's chemicals.

i bought double-x B&W 35mm online, 400 feet is around 150usd.
 

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Ohh so you mean B&W movie films we can process ourselves?

I see cause i read somewhere that some movie films have no sprockets

Looks like you're much more experienced when it comes to filmstock!

Well if the cost is reasonable I dont mind sharing =)
 

raytoei

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i actually dunno. but i will be developing it in rodinal stand for 30mins at singapore room temp.
and i will adjust from there. it should process as a normal negative.
 

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raytoei said:
i actually dunno. but i will be developing it in rodinal stand for 30mins at singapore room temp.
and i will adjust from there. it should process as a normal negative.
Thats good. Perhaps its good to do reversal since movie films are catered for that. :)
 

losheng

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color movie film can't c-41 as there is ramjet which will pollute the shop's chemicals. .
I can do one-shot processing on the phototherm. If you do get some movie film, I would like to try!
 

raytoei

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yeah...i bought polypan 2 cans... the delivery was 25$ usd for both to singapore.
 

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Was in Konata to develop c-41 film, they are selling expired june 2010 film for $1.80 for 36 exposure Kodak Ultra Max 400..
Still selling anot? I want to buy all.
 

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Dropped by Konota today and they just restocked the 1.80 expired ultra max 400
 

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