Ready Load/Quickload suppliers? : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread

I have just gotten off the phone at B&H, and was informed they no longer will be carrying Ready Loads and that Kodak no longer will be offering. From what I am hearing in other posted messages, Kodak is still in the process of marketing new single sheet versions in the near future, perhaps in a few more months. Also, B&H's price on NPS is $65.00. Isn't this high for Quickload neg film 20 pack? Are there other sources that still offer a wide range from both makers at a much better price? Though my favorite film in the past has been 160 VC, thought I might try NPS for slightly less contrast. Will Kodak be offering both 160VC and NC in Ready L

-- Gary Albertson (, April 19, 2001


Try Badger Graphic,

-- Don Wong (, April 20, 2001.

Try Calumet Photographic: 1-800-CAL-UMET (website is, but the telephone is easier than navigating the very in depth website.) $65.00 seems about right for a Quickload or readyload 20 sheet box. It is about what I pay locally (Houston, TX).

-- Ellis Vener (, April 20, 2001.

Yes. Kodak is supposed to be introducing a new single-sheet Ready Load. Perhaps the B&H rep was confused by the transition. (Or maybe they're really not going to carry it any more.)

-- John H. Henderson (, April 23, 2001.

i've found informations about new holders and film from kodak !

-- dg (, April 29, 2001.

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