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  1. For Sale: Brand New Discontinued 16mm Ilford B&W HP5 Plus Negative Motion Picture Film. ISO 400/27. 100 Ft. Daylight Spool, Double Perf, Short Pitch US$40/Roll + Shipping Your chance to get one of the rarest motion picture film on the market today. As you know, Ilford has long been one of the most reputable producers of B&W film until now. I have 50 rolls of this. I bought them at the Film Emporium in NYC around 1998-1999. The film was expired in 11/2001. All the 50 rolls have been stored in refrigerators all the time until now. Ilford B&W HP5 Plus negative motion pictu
  2. So I was thinking about getting a Beaulieu R16. Looks to be a fun camera, and they can all fit a magazine on top. However, I've been told that they can only hold 200 foot daylight spools, which I haven't seen for sale on line. So here are my questions. If I had empty 200 foot spools, could I halve a 400 foot reel from a core in a darkroom? Well, I know it's possible but my concern is knowing when I've reached the 200 foot mark. How would I measure that in a darkroom? The other question is probably more of a camera question, but if I wanted to for whatever reason could I use a 100 foo
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