/ Cheap 35mm film
hope this helps
I do. I am about to go to sleep though, so more detail in the morning.
A friend sent me about 7 rolls the other day, all a few years old, all ISO 200 I think, all "free films" that they got when processing at Jessops, Truprint etc. Mostly 24-exposures. I will probably shoot on two of them and maybe keep a couple as "mechanical test rolls" to check that old cameras can still wind on and rewind correctly. I am happy to send 2 or 3 of the remainder on to you if you like, but it is all "generic" stuff branded Colorprint or Truprint etc. This usually means it is the most bog-standard cheap Fuji ASA200 stuff and to be honest you may be better off trying your local Poundland or Morrison's (I recently bought a 3-pack of generic Fuji 200 24-exp there for £2.99, not sure if it was a pricing error or what)
Let me know though!
Fitzy, cheers for the advice, I'll be sure to check Poundland, I wasn't aware they had film!
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yes, have a few odds and ends.
why out of date stock ? If i may ask ?
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