Raiders of the Lost Agfa APX 400 120

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It was an uneventful, dreary day in the Lomography Deadstock Detective Agency. Everyone was absent-mindedly tapping their pencils and drumming their fingers on the table, when suddenly, the phone rang:

It was an uneventful, dreary day in the Lomography Deadstock Detective Agency. Everyone was absent-mindedly tapping their pencils and drumming their fingers on the table, when suddenly, the phone rang:

“I need your help!” a woman’s voice was quivering with confusion on the other line. “You need to come over and see what I found in my backyard … a chest containing thousands of black-and-white emulsions —-“

“We’ll be there in a flash!” the Deadstock Detectives curtly replied. Within a few moments, they were inspecting 20,000 rolls of Agfa APX 400 120 film, all dressed up in Rollei Retro labels. Strange indeed, but the clock is ticking and they should act fact – these medium-format gems should be quickly dispersed to monochrome fetishists!

Only 2,000 boxes of this vintage emulsion are exclusively available at Lomography.com.

  • 10 rolls boxed 60 EUR/70 USD
  • 2×10 rolls boxed 110 EUR/125 USD
  • “Get your stash before it’s too late!:”http://shop.lomography.com/go/?where=shop&pro=fbs

written by pan_dre on 2008-11-30 in #news #deadstock #agfa-apx-400 #b-w

2 Comments

  1. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Just orderd one... :))

  2. butter
    butter ·

    hahahaha when will you guys get it right? 120 is not a measurement of millimeters. how did this product pass inspection?

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