Kodak 320TXP 10 x 8 late dated special price!

Ian Grant

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I misread this post - a brilliant deal £30 a box about right for 10 sheets of short dated 10x8 film, then saw saving etc.

It did prompt me to just go and buy 100 sheets of 10x8 film for £279 from my current suplier. there's a massive difference between £2.79 a sheet and £14.49 a sheet.

Just adding some realism here.

Ian
 

Ian Grant

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This is more a comment about Kodak's pricing even with £30 off it's still around 2.5 time more expensive than HP5.

Ian
 

Marley

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This is more a comment about Kodak's pricing even with £30 off it's still around 2.5 time more expensive than HP5.

Ian
Holy Lucifer on a pogo stick ... Kodak appear not to be inhabiting the same world as the rest of us. All due respect to you guys as retailers, you don't call the film pricing shots, and that doesn't reflect on you guys at all - but I knew there was a reason I didn't use Kodak B&W film.
 
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