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Who has the best prices for 4X5 ReadyLoads and/or Quickloads? Of course, availability is an issue as well. Notice B&H does not carry negative films anymore. Obviously there is a better source. Any suggestions?

Thanks, Gar

-- Gary Albertson (, January 02, 2001


according to their website, B&H still carries neg film. i just did a search, and got this: - i buy my readyload tmax100 b/w from two local suppliers in oregon, pro photo in portland, and photovision in salem. i pay $42 per box.

-- jnorman (, January 02, 2001.

I just checked B&H's web site and they no longer list Tmazx readyloads. I don't use it often, but I will miss it anyway. I bought several boxes when I heard that it was being discontiuned and now I'm glad I did.

-- Ron Mcelroy (, January 03, 2001.

I'd suggest checking with the guys at Badger Graphics in Wisconsin at and Robert White in the UK at Both have carried Fuji Quickload negative film in the recent past at good prices.

-- Donald Brewster (, January 03, 2001.

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