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Had a spring cleaning of my fridge and came up with some film to sell.

There are 2 batches for sale:

Photo by sandravo

A wide variety of 50 rolls 35mm film: there is black and white, color negative and some higly sought for slide, ranging from iso 1600 to 100.

Photo by sandravo

SOLD – A selection of 10 high ISO 120 films, BW and color negative. – SOLD

If you are interested or have any questions please leave a personal message on my lomohome. Shipping to EU countries only, sorry for that.

written by sandravo

21 comments

  1. koduckgirl

    koduckgirl

    You can't use it?

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  2. sandravo

    sandravo

    @koduckgirl - I have about 800 more in fridge/freezer… And there is more on the way ;-)

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  3. avola

    avola

    ????? but how????

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  4. sandravo

    sandravo

    @avola - If your question is how I store 800 rolls in my freezer, the answer is by not eating frozen pizza ;-) If you wonder how I collected 800 rolls of film, the answer is by buying everything I can get my hands on!

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  5. avola

    avola

    so you are an addict and a dealer????

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  6. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Really makes me wish I was in the EU, although I am guilty of having at least 100 rolls in my freezer & the wife is not happy. :)

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  7. sandravo

    sandravo

    @avola - An addict by choice, a dealer by force ;-) There is literally no room in my freezer, and almost none in my fridge.

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  8. sandravo

    sandravo

    @neanderthalis - Lol, I think plenty of us are suffering the same fate :-)

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  9. avola

    avola

    haha @neanderthalis, best regards to the lady!

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  10. avola

    avola

    at least you have a freezer:-))

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  11. jourdanlynch

    jourdanlynch

    Wish I had this problem... I have 6 boxes of film in the fridge and about 500 rolls of exposed film in a box that I cant afford to get processed all at ones haha.

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  12. sandravo

    sandravo

    @jourdanlynch - Last year I started doing my own developing. So far I have processed about 150 rolls in 12 months. Doing it myself has saved me a fortune! And it's fun :-) Saves me money to buy more film ;-)

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  13. jourdanlynch

    jourdanlynch

    @sandravo Oh yeah totally, I often do my own black and whites I always keep the colours for the labs though. :) unfortunately I do not have the best facilities for photo processing though... I can get away with doing black and whites but trying to do colour in here would be more frustrating than fun haha. :)

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  14. sandravo

    sandravo

    @jourdanlynch If you can manage black and white, then you shouldn't have any trouble with c41. It takes the exact same equipment and it is easier to get good results. All you need is a bucket of hot tap water and 15 minutes of your time. I wrote a tutorial on how to use the Rollei Digibase C41 kit (costs 50€ and I do 150 films with that). You can find it here: http://www.lomograph(…)development. It's a bit of a long read, but it's an easy job. Feel free to send me a private message if you have more questions! :-)

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  15. jourdanlynch

    jourdanlynch

    Yeah man, I will give it a read... I heard about those kits I wouldn't mind giving C41 a shot at some point.
    What steered me away from it to begin with is I have heard you need quite precise temperatures etc (I haven't read much about colour developing so I am pretty ignorant)... and I live in a cramped apartment with a sketchy water heater haha.
    with black and whites I normally just get the water to a little over room temp so its easy for me to do that.
    I wouldn't mind having a go though!, those Digibase kits look like a good simple start!

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  16. pangmark

    pangmark

    @jourdanlynch i feel your pain bro!

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  17. jourdanlynch

    jourdanlynch

    @pangmark haha also have too many to process?... with every roll I finish I think "I wont see those photographs for a long time" haha :) I think I am going to take sandravos advice though and try the digibase c41 kit. :D

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  18. pangmark

    pangmark

    @jourdanlynch well I live in the beautiful mountains which is great for photos but they don't process 120. I have to take an 8 hour bus to the city and they don't cross process. Plus it's about 3 times the price in Vietnam as it was in Thailand.

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  19. jourdanlynch

    jourdanlynch

    @pangmark I bet it is! My dad used to live in Thailand and always said I should go there as its great for photos (the city I live in is sort of bleak... Just concrete cubes everywhere and the sun is rarely out haha)
    But at least I can get any film processed! 8 hours on a bus?! You should speak to the lab maybe they would be okay to do mail order processing for you... When I lived in Spain I used to do that as I had the same problem with 120 and crossing. :)

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  20. pangmark

    pangmark

    @jourdanlynch nah I asked them about delivery and they said no. Ah well gives me an excuse to visit the dirty city :p

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  21. pearlgirl77

    pearlgirl77

    uhhh 800 rolls <3
    and a nice agfa ct precisa 200.. i need moneeey.. haha and more fiiilms :P

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