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adox film

Walter Degroot , Jul 05, 2011; 09:17 p.m.

I remember the ADOX KB-14 film
so after a recent mention here, I looked and found the site.
the site is a disapointment
as it is slow and pale.
The product?
I am looking forward to seeing some for sale.
I did note the future availability of 110
but did not see a mention of 126 or 127.
for that matter No mention of 35mm though I am sure they are still making it.
Maybe I am a bit RETRO but Many of the older films
are a welcome addition. I am glad to see them alive and well.

Responses

John Shriver , Jul 05, 2011; 10:29 p.m.

The equivalent film is now sold as either Efke 25 or Adox CHS 25, depending on country and importation channel. Same factory, same product.
Check at B&H, Adorama, and Freestyle. You'll one or the other in 135, 120, and sheet sizes.
Efke R100 is available in 127 size.

Christer Almqvist , Jul 06, 2011; 02:21 a.m.

I don't know where you are located, but if in Europe, the go to the websites of

http://macodirect.de/
http://www.fotoimpex.de/

They both offer very low prices and excellent service although Maco currently has a five day in house processing time due to high demand. They have a warning about the processing time on their home page.

Christer Almqvist , Jul 06, 2011; 02:47 a.m.

Walter:
John used a very diplomatic phrasing when he said "equivalent film". See what you think yourself.
But Neofin Blue, the original, is still available.

Walter Degroot , Jul 06, 2011; 12:38 p.m.

OK appreciate the resonses.
I still yearn for panatomic-x
Modern Photography Magazine put Panatomic-x way ahead of Ilford Pan-f
and I believe the high quality Adox thin emulsion films from Adox
and similar films are much more fragile and require careful handling.

Robert Vonk , Jul 06, 2011; 12:41 p.m.

This is the manufacturer:
http://www.fotokemika.hr/

Mike Gammill , Jul 06, 2011; 05:24 p.m.

Walter, from time to time, Panatomic-X still shows up on online auctions. The oldest expired Panatomic-X I've used was expired in March 1964. The original owner must have frozen it or refrigerated it as there was almost no fog when I processed it in HC110.

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