Wanted to buy: Infrared film 35mm

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  1. photong

    photong Typo Queen

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    Does anyone happen to have any infrared film they would like to sell? Or give me a website I could buy from :) I tried Henry's (the only one I can find. And theres nothing good on Ebay right now). They have one I'm interested in but I wanted to see if I'm missing a website. :) After this I'll be calling camera shops for them.
     
  2. MDowdey

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    did b and h or adorama have any?


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  3. photong

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    I have no clue what youre talking about Matt :)

    EDIT: I just tried Adorama. All I found was (that was cheap)
    http://www.adorama.com/KCIR24.html
    http://www.adorama.com/ILSFX36.html

    I need something fairly cheap to play with. Plus there's not much cash flow. I cant process it on my own, so I may have to pay someone to do it r send it away which may cost A LOT...plus I might not find anyone/anywhere to bring it :/

    I live in Canada so anything I buy the price will be more, plus I might have to worry about duty at the border. So maybe I'm better off finding a store in this city? I doubt it, its such a crap city. Theres three main places I can go to, each has pain the bum sales people.
     
  4. Bob_McBob

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    Canadians are pretty much screwed when it comes to specialty films (not that regular film is much better). All you can do is buy a roll or two of HIE from Henry's, and just pay their ridiculous prices. I assume you already have an infrared filter for your camera.

    I've found the best way to buy film is to save up and order in large quantities from somewhere like B&H. There's a new batch of the Konica infrared film coming out soon (if it's not out already), and this may be the last one. You might like to stock up, or just stick with HIE. You can find many posts on the merits of both films on photo.net, etc.
     
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