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Karl Blessing
Posts: 30,853
Grand Rapids, Michigan, US


Given that all the rolls are expired I cannot guarantee their quality/color-shift/etc.

All the items are priced, but if you plan on taking a large chunk of it off my hands at once I'd be willing to negotiate the prices down. 

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Bulk Rolls [100ft]
($40) Kodak T-Max 400 - 2006 - full/unopened
($20) Kodak Pro Color (5059) 1996 - mostly full
($20) Kodak Ektachrome Lumiere 100 (5046) Pro 1995 - mostly full
($10) Kodak Ektachrome Slide Duplicating Film (5071), expiration unknown - ~ 25% left
($10) Uknown bulk roll in tin - mostly full (most likely E-6, may have to do a snip-test)
($80) Kodak Technical Pan 25 w/ Alden 74 Bulk Loader ~ 75% left

Single Rolls - $2.50 a roll or best offer
Kodak Ektachrome 64T (tungsten) 135-36 - 2008
Fujichrome 64T type II (tungsten) 135-36 - 2006
Kodak Panatomic X (ISO 32) 135-36 - 1990 - 2 rolls
Ilford Pan-F 50 135-36 - 2009 - 3 rolls
Agfa Agfapan APX 25 135-36 - 1996 - 4 rolls

Undated Single Rolls - $2.50 a roll or best offer
The unboxed ones I don't have an expiration on them, but all of these I know I purchased sometimes after 2005-2006.

Velvia 50 135-36 (2 rolls)
Astia 100 135-36
Provia 400F 135-36
Sensia 100 135-36 (2 rolls)
Provia 100F 135-36 (3 rolls)
Kodak Ektachrome 100VS 135-36
Kodak HIE (Infrared Film)
Oct 19 12 04:28 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Perfect Perceptions
Posts: 71
Rochester, New Hampshire, US


Is any of this still available?
Mar 04 13 05:01 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
The Effective Image
Posts: 3,916
Lansing, Michigan, US


How stored? Refrigerated (frozen or just cold?) or just on a shelf?
Mar 04 13 06:19 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Karl Blessing
Posts: 30,853
Grand Rapids, Michigan, US


Perfect Perceptions  wrote:
Is any of this still available?

They're still available.

The Effective Image wrote:
How stored? Refrigerated (frozen or just cold?) or just on a shelf?

Most of the older stuff stayed in a dry basement which kept around 50-60F in the Camera Center (Camera Center LLC) down in East Town near her before it finally went out of business late 2007. Since then I've kept it in my own basement in a tote which keeps around the same temperature (concrete floors).

Obviously I can't guarantee they're like brand new rolls. I've sold film [mostly medium format] from the same collection of stock a few months back without any complaints, and I've used a variety of it myself over the last few years. I just simply don't have much time to be shooting and developing right now.

If you have additional questions, shoot me a message so I at least get a notification of it, I haven't been checking in on the forums all that often.

Mar 08 13 01:37 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Karl Blessing
Posts: 30,853
Grand Rapids, Michigan, US


The following have been sold/reserved:

* Kodak Panatomic X (ISO 32) 135-36 - 1990 - 2 rolls
* Ilford Pan-F 50 135-36 - 2009 - 3 rolls
* Agfa Agfapan APX 25 135-36 - 1996 - 4 rolls
* Kodak HIE (Infrared Film)

Mar 08 13 02:01 pm  Link  Quote 
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