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I am always looking around for good deals on film and paper because I play around with many alternative processes and expired film and anything else that's different and new. Well, I found several boxes of tungsten 8x10 film at a Wolf's location that has a used dept. in Dallas. I don't shoot 8x10 - just 4x5 and smaller - but I thought someone else may be interested. It's surely expired, but they usually let their old film go very cheap. Once I got a 50 sheet box of 4x5 e-6 for about $10. The color and contrast were fine for my needs and I'm sure this stuff will be great for fun use. Again, just thought I'd let everyone know. Anyone know of other good places to get expired film and paper?!?
-- Jason Janik (firstname.lastname@example.org), March 06, 2001
Stewart and Gayle Traill, of S&G Photo, usually have lots of past dated LF film for sale. Some is really old, some newer, and a lot of it has been frozen. They usually test the larger batches and tell you how it tested out. Check them out: http://www.voicenet.com/~sgphoto/
-- Mark Parsons (email@example.com), March 06, 2001.