Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/06/21

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Subject: [Leica] Slide films [other than Kodachrome]
From: ahgraves at (Allen Graves)
Date: Mon Jun 21 05:25:45 2004
References: <001d01c45738$ab906a90$7e6b0e44@newukolbqveo9i>

B&H wants $9.75 for the "USA" film, $5.95 for the "imported". I've 
never had a problem with the "imported" from them. Especially since 
it's all made in Japan.


>Was it outdated or short-dated? I think I remember spending about 10 a
>roll for it.
>Jeffery Smith
>New Orleans, LA
>-----Original Message-----
>[] On Behalf Of Richard
>F. Man
>Sent: Sunday, June 20, 2004 8:00 PM
>To: Leica Users Group
>Subject: Re: [Leica] Slide films [other than Kodachrome]
>Provia 400F! Yea, I just bought 20 packs from B&S for $6 each vs. $2 for
>Provia100F! I think I may just shoot Provia100F at 400 and push the
>development. Since I develop my own, there is no extra cost...
>At 05:13 PM 6/20/2004, Jeffery Smith wrote:
>>I'm trying to simplify [and cheapen] my life by using slide film for a
>>while. I used Kodachrome 25 almost exclusively in the 1970's, and got
>>good results from Ektachrome 400 back then too. Since then, I rarely
>>touch the stuff other than having shot some Provia 400f (which was
>>marvelous but very pricey).
>// richard (This email is for mailing lists. To reach me directly,
>Leica Users Group.
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