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    I just cleaned out our freezer, and I took a box of old film out that I'm getting rid of. If anyone is interested, just pay for shipping, and it's yours. If you're happy with it, make a donation to RetouchPro. Here's approximately what I have:

    1 roll Kodak Panatomic-X (very fine grain) 120 roll film (B&W) (ASA 32)
    1 roll VPS III, 35mm
    1 roll high speed infrared 2481, 35mm
    15 - 20 rolls of what I think is Kodak Plus-X 35mm (B&W) self rolled
    3 plus boxes of Polaroid Type 58 - 4X5 inch film to fit film holder
    There is also a box of Ansco 4X5 film, with a 6 ASA rating (B&W). I don't remember where I got it, and I'm not sure it's good, but it probably is.

    This film has been frozen since the mid 1980s, but should be good as new. The bottom line is that you're taking a chance on the 15 - 20 rolls that I think is Plus-X, because it could be something different. If it is different, it is probably Tri-X (400 ASA) or Panatomic-X (32 ASA).

    There might be someone locally who would be interested, so if you want it, let me know right away.


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