Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/29

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Subject: [Leica] More Elmar 'n odds'n'ends
From: s.dimitrov at (Slobodan Dimitrov)
Date: Fri Oct 29 16:15:34 2004

If I'm pressed I go to Calumet, but still a 40++ minute round trip drive. If
I have the time, I'll order from B&H.
Recently I did a run of Acros 100 in 120. Wow! I'm thinking of giving up
TMX120 for that film.
S. Dimitrov

> From: Daniel Ridings <>
> Reply-To: Leica Users Group <>
> Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 01:08:10 +0200 (MEST)
> To: Leica Users Group <>
> Subject: Re: [Leica] More Elmar 'n odds'n'ends
> Thanks Slobodan,
> I love Neopan.
> And usually switch over to it at this time of the year. But for some odd
> (marketing) reason, I can get a hold of Neopan 400 in 120 but not in 35mm
> (as readily). I've stocked up on MF (120) Neopan but I'm having problems
> being able to walk into a local store and by 20 or 40 rolls of anything
> except Tri-X or Tmax.
> If I can get notice on when I can put in a big order for Neopan, I
> probably will. That's how I got a hold of MF film.
> It's getting tougher for film shooters. I've noticed a definite difference
> in how much advance planning I have to do for film supplies.
> Thanks again,
> Daniel
> On Fri, 29 Oct 2004, Slobodan Dimitrov wrote:
>> Go ahead, show off. But heck, with shots from Leica glass, one can.
>> Good stuff!
>> Since you're cavorting about with that '3, you might want to try Neopan400
>> rated at 800, or Neopan1600 rated at a 1000.
>> S. Dimitrov
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