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Posted 30 December 2013 - 12:14 PM
What are you looking for? I know back in the day most photo shops gave a discount for 10+ rolls...I used to buy some in bricks. It has been a long time since I shot film though...B&H looks like it has a good selection:
Definitely cheapest to buy the 100 foot rolls and "roll your own" if you can...
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Posted 15 October 2014 - 05:37 AM
I agree B&H and also Freestyle are great places to buy film. They both have a great selection. On the other hand, absent buying on the internet, local options are much more limited. As stated Walgreens has a limited selection (better than nothing). I can't buy any black and white locally. I bulk load most of my 35mm and buy 120 on the internet. My processor of choice is definitely Dwayne's in Kansas.
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Posted 07 July 2016 - 02:32 PM
I've dealt with Freestyle for several years for my film needs. They offer about the widest range of film in many formats that you can find today. Ultarfineonline.com is anothe source; they have several films under their own label. I've not tried any of them. They also have the major makers.
Kentmere, which is a subsidiary of Ilford, makes good 35mm film in both 100 and 400 speeds. Good, basic film, available from major dealers.
Local sources? Here in the Atlanta area the chain stores have VERY limited selections! Showcase, one of the few bricks and mortar stores, carries a very limited range of film at high prices. Wings, which as a store is over 100 years old, has a pretty good selection of Kodak BW, and Ilford film, paper, and chemicals aimed at photo courses. Wings is ASFIK, the BEST source of used gear in all formats in the Atlanta area.