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Subject: Re: [Leica] A new definition of inexpensive camera
From: Karen Nakamura <>
Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 10:47:37 -0600
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>It's only expensive if you don't take any photos. I don't know what it costs
>you all to develop film, but for me it was about $20 for a roll of slide
>film and processing. And let's say $10 for a roll of B&W and processing (if
>I do it myself and consider my time to be free). So if I shoot:

Sheesh! Where do you buy your film and do your processing? Sounds 
kinda expensive

I estimate about $12 a roll for chromes (Provia 100F)  + A&I  processing.

I estimate about $2 a roll B&W since I roll my own Neopan/Tri-X and 
develop process myself.

But as the VISA commercials say, it's the joy of seeing the 
negatives/transparencies that's truly priceless. :-)


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